Anyone who buys their fish "round" knows that they are not yet gutted. This is a sign that the fish is particularly fresh - after all, the innards are the ones most likely to spoil.

Sometimes you're lucky and get a Rogner - a female fish. If the roe bags are still full, you also have a real delicacy here.

This post focuses on preparing the roe, for example as an accompaniment to salads, but also as an independent dish with your own side dishes.

The gutting of round fish is described