Sashimi ‘Zuké Don'. In Australia, less expensive off-cut meat is widely available. 'Zuké-dare' (Marinade). Zuke-don marinade is a mixture of soy sauce, sake and mirin. If you like sashimi, I strongly recommend making maguro no zuke-don.
Salmon sashimi seasoned with special sauce, topped on sushi rice. Rice bowl topped with deep-fried breaded chicken cutlet and eggs, served with salad. Chirashi don, sashimi don, bara chirashi, kaisendon. You can cook Sashimi ‘Zuké Don' using 12 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Sashimi ‘Zuké Don'
- Prepare 100-150 g of Fresh Fish Fillet *make sure it is fresh enough to be eaten uncooked.
- It’s of *Note: You can slice it by yourself OR purchase Sashimi slices.
- It’s of *Recommended fish are Tuna, Salmon, Yellowtail, Kingfish, Snapper, Whiting, etc.
- You need 1 of serving Freshly Cooked Rice.
- It’s 1/2 sheet of Toasted Nori *tear into small pieces.
- You need of Yakumi (condiments) of your choice.
- Prepare of *e.g. Shiso, Wasabi, Spring Onion, Toasted Sesame Seeds, etc.
- You need of <Marinade>.
- You need 1 teaspoon of Mirin.
- It’s 2-3 teaspoons of Soy Sauce.
- You need 1/2 teaspoon of Wasabi.
- It’s 1 teaspoon of Grated Ginger.
There are a lot of seemingly similar dishes out there. Tuna Zuke Don. > Rice bowl topped with Soy – marinated sashimi salmon. Tuna or "Maguro" is the most popular fish for sushi and sashimi lovers in Japan (and abroad). Japanese Food Sushi Japanese Dishes Japanese Recipes Asian Recipes How To Make Sashimi Wakayama Bento Food Ideas Recipies.
Sashimi ‘Zuké Don' instructions
- Make the marinade first. Place Mirin, Soy Sauce, Wasabi and Grated Ginger in a small bowl and mix well..
- Slice Fish Fillet into small pieces and add to the marinade. Rest in the fridge for at least 30 minutes..
- Half fill a bowl with freshly cooked rice, cover with the Toasted Nori and place marinated fish pieces on top. Place some finely sliced Shiso or chopped Spring Onion, and/or other condiments of your choice and enjoy..
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