Ikura Salmon Roe Oyakodon. Check Out Top Brands On eBay. Ikura Salmon Roe Oyakodon This is a recreation of a dish that I ate when I moved to Hokkaido for work. The ikura marinated in soy sauce will come in handy if you make lots and store in the freezer in a sterilized jar.
They are extremely delicate in texture hence must be handled with great care. Most of the salmon caviar come from Alaska and they are exported to Japan. This delicate salmon roe, called "IKURA" by the Japanese, is prized around the world for its flavor and texture. You can have Ikura Salmon Roe Oyakodon using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Ikura Salmon Roe Oyakodon
- It’s 4 slice of Raw salmon.
- You need 300 grams of Ikura (salmon roe marinated in soy sauce).
- It’s 4 of leaves Shiso leaves.
- You need 4 of bowlfuls Hot cooked white rice.
- You need 1 of Wasabi.
- You need 1 of Soy sauce, or dashi soy sauce.
From local Wild Salmon harvested here in Soldotna, Alaska by our Japanese Ikura experts, using a lower salt content brine for a milder flavor. We only produce a small amounteach season, as salmon roe has to be just at the perfect. Ikura salt cured salmon roe and caviar is popular the world over. With spawning season in full swing, the salmon are packed to the gills with roe.
Ikura Salmon Roe Oyakodon instructions
- Prepare the ikura marinated in soy sauce. Refer to..
- Saute the salmon in a frying pan. Remove the skin and bones to shred. Here's the recipe for salt broiled salmon. https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/145985-grilled-salted-salmon.
- Scoop some rice into the bowl, then cover the top with shiso leaves. Place the salmon, then the ikura. Serve with a little wasabi..
Wild salmon are truly amazing creatures, whose unusual diets and lifecycles account for their unique set of nutritional attributes. Oyakodon is a dish more generally known as having chicken and egg, 'oyako' meaning 'mother and child'. In this case, our oyakodon comes from the sea (umi), so we're using salmon and salmon roe. Ikura don is a Japanese rice bowl topped with brilliant orange pearls of salmon roe. For this easy recipe, we quickly marinate the already-cured roe in soy sauce and other seasonings to infuse it with more flavor, then load it onto freshly cooked rice.