Posted on September 20, 2017 by jason toner No comments
- Japanese amber jack as they are also known will be mostly farmed and sometimes wild. Your fishmonger will let you know if Its a concern but both are equally delicious especially in the colder months when they put on a few pounds. Stewing, grilling,pan-searing, smoking and of course raw in sashimi are all excellent ways to enjoy them . If buying a whole fish, you’d better invite a bunch of friends over as the buri is yellowtail over 80cm. Warasa is 60-80cm, Inada 35-60cm and Wakashi is under 35cm in the Kanto region. Different areas in Japan have named them alternatively and it is unnecessarily complicated.
- The collar of this fish is exceptionally tasty eaten straight off the grill…