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Adding Krill Scent to Salmon
or Trout Roe or Skein

     Friday, April 03, 2020
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How to add krill scent to Roe
or Skein from salmon or trout.

Adding krill and other scents to salmon or trout roe can increase its effectiveness. Krill powder and other liquid scents can be added to salmon or trout roe during the curing process. We like to add the scent after the roe has been cured, as we feel that the potency of the scent is not diluted during the curing process.

cured salmon roe or skein   Step 1
Cured salmon roe is defrosted if frozen. Cut the roe into bait sized pieces and place in a shallow plastic dish or top from a storage container.
adding krill powder to salmon eggs   Step 2
Krill powder is shaken onto the cured salmon roe pieces.
adding krill oil to salmon roe   Step 3
Krill Oil is also added. We squirt several drops onto each salmon roe piece. Krill oil is a more intense flavor and will help the scent penetrate the eggs.
stir the roe to distribute the powder and scent   Step 4
Gently stir the roe pieces (berries) to distribute the powder and oil.
transfer to a plastic bag   Step 5
Transfer the scented pieces to a plastic bag using a plastic spoon. Place in the refrigerator overnight.
finished krill scented salmon roe   Step 6
Finished krill scented salmon roe or skein.

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