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Product Description
The dehydrated eggs of the female grey mullet constitute the raw material for the production of "Trikalinos" crumbled fish roe. It is a natural product, slightly salted, without preservatives. Sprinkle it over green salads, in seafood risottos and pasta, on boiled and grilled fish and enjoy its splendid flavour and its marine aroma. "Trikalinos" crumbled fish roe stands out for its amber colour, soft texture, its fine, complex flavour which reminds us of the sea, and its long aftertaste. At the same time, it is a rich source of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which strengthen the body's natural defence and health.
Ingredients
Grey mullet eggs, saltmarsh salt.
  • Net Weight
    280g
  • Gross Weight
    285g
  • Width
    15cm
  • Depth
    7.5cm
  • Height
    19cm
Product History
Dairy products have always played a leading role in the Greek traditional food culture. Rich in calcium, phosphorus and magnesium, they decisively contribute to the proper development of the human body and its defence mechanisms.
Meet the producer: Nikos Asoutis
Nikos Asoutis

The island of Andros is not a typical Cycladic island: it is different in that it has abundant water resources, a fertile soil and abundant vegetation. Livestock farming, including mainly cows and goats, has always been a traditional occupation of local people. Nikos Asoutis studied at the Ioannina Cheese Production School. It therefore came as no surprise that he decided to make best use of the island's tradition in livestock farming. His family created a cheese dairy in the settlement known as Korthi, on Andros. Using milk produced mainly by their own cows, they offer a range of cheese with a strong local character and a special flavour. Their goal is to revive the special cheeses of the island, known for their intense, authentic taste.

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The Cyclades constitute the most famous group of islands of the Aegean Sea. The blue sea and the white-washed Cycladic houses, the beaches, the steep rocks, the volcanic soil, the naked landscapes, the bays adorned with fishing-boats with their fishermen often seen mending their nets after a hefty catch. Then there are the traditional island songs which invite you to dance to their characteristic rhythm, the ‘screaming’ seagulls overhead and other waterfowl, the archaeological sites, the beautifully decorated terraces and stone walls. The visitor is awe-struck by the magical sunsets, the vineyards and the olive trees which all together compose the austere, simple and at the same time breathtaking Cycladic scenery. The history of the Cycladic islands dates back to the Prehistoric era. The Proto- Cycladic Civilization was developed in the 3rd millennium BC along with the Proto-Minoan Civilization in Crete and the Proto-Hellenic Civilization in mainland Greece. Since ancient times, the Cycladic islands formed a channel for the expansion of trade and culture. The Cycladic islands are: Amorgos, Anafi, Andros, Antiparos, Delos, Donousa, Iraklia, Thirasia, Ios, Kea, Kimolos, Koyfonisia, Kythnos, Milos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, Santorini, Serifos, Sikinos, Sifnos, Syros, Schoinoysa, Tinos and Folegandros.

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Traditional soft cheese «Volaki» from Andros "Assouti" 280g

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Product code: 000872 Gross Weight 285g
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Dehydrated, crumbled fish roe for easy use in cooking!
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