Botargo

Botargo is a Mediterranean delicacy of salted, cured fish roe (fish eggs), typically from grey mullet or tuna. The product is similar to the softer cured mullet roe, karasumi from Japan and East Asia. ==Name and etymology== Closely related names are used for it in various languages: bottarga (English), bottarga (Italian), butàriga (Sardinian), bo...
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Botargo

• (n.) A sort of cake or sausage, made of the salted roes of the mullet, much used on the coast of the Mediterranean as an incentive to drink.
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Botargo

Bo·tar'go noun [ Italian bottarga , bottarica ; or Spanish botarga ; a kind of large sausages, a sort of wide breeches: confer French boutargue .] A sort of cake or sausage, made of the salted roes of the mullet, much used on the coast of the Mediterranean as an incentive to...
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Botargo

Botargo is a relish made from the salted roe of the mullet or tunny. It is eaten in Mediterranean coastal regions.
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