Chinese New Year’s Food

A must for every New Year’s dinner are these dried mullet roes, a Taiwan specialty. In Japanese they are called Karasumi. The fish eggs are dried, salted and pressed and then eaten slightly toasted with big chunks of raw leeks. Hmm, delicious!!

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