Welcome to the Captain's Galley
Here we will have lots of fun in the cooking and
then the eating and that I enjoy the best.
BROILED SHAD ROE.
The mass of eggs found in shad is
known as the 'roe of shad'.
Roe may be purchased separately, when it is found in the markets, or it
may be procured from the fish itself.
It makes a delicious dish when broiled, especially when it is rolled in
fat and bread crumbs.
Wash the roe that is to be used and dry it carefully between towels.
Roll it in bacon fat or melted butter and then in fine crumbs.
Place in a broiler, broil until completely done on one side, turn and then
broil until entirely cooked on the other side.
Remove from the broiler and pour melted butter over each piece.