Treat yourself to some sustainable sturgeon caviar, a 50g pot should be enough. Find it at varying prices and with different sustainability paths from Exmoor Caviar (, N25 Caviar ( and KC Caviar (

Mix the remaining caviar with the rest of the chive cream and serve with crisps for dipping, or eat it stirred through pasta the next day.

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‘Caviar’ röstis recipe


  • 6 potato croquettes (we used M&S)
  • 300g soured cream or crème fraîche
  • 3 tbsp finely chopped chives
  • trout or salmon ‘caviar’ (roe)
  • fizz, to serve


  • STEP 1

    Carefully cut the croquettes into three pieces each and put them on a lined baking sheet, flat-sides down. Cook following pack instructions and then cool.

  • STEP 2

    Mix the soured cream or crème fraîche with the finely chopped chives. Spoon some of the chive cream onto each mini rösti and top with some trout or salmon ‘caviar’ (roe). Serve with fizz.


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