27 Atlántico noroeste. Galicia
6cm / 7cm
40g / 80g
The sea urchin lives in rocky sea beds (up to 30 metres deep). It covers itself with shells, stones and algae to defend itself and to shield from bright light.
Very rich in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids and phosphorus.
The Galician sea urchin is considered a real delicacy.
Sea urchin roe is often served up in Japanese restaurants in dishes like Gunkan.
Its roe, known by the Japanese name ‘Uni’, have many culinary uses and don’t require much preparation; they’re delicious raw or in a simple stir-fry.