Fish

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Sweet Miso Sardine Rice Bowl

    My Sardine rice bowl recipes, such as ‘Garlic Sardines Rice Bowl’, seem to be very popular and many people are cooking them. Please find other Sardine rice bowl recipes by searching with the key words ‘sardine rice bowl’. This is another easy rice bowl that I often cook. I recommend to use a lighter coloured …

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    Baked Salmon with Dill & Parmesan Mayo Sauce

    This dish of baked Salmon is quick and easy to prepare, absolutely delicious, and looks pretty. I use my mini toaster oven to bake them, but you can use regular oven, or you may wish to use air fryer, which I have never used. You may prefer cooking larger fillets of Salmon. In that case, …

  • Fish Vegetables

    Carrot & Tuna Sesame Salad

    This is a Korean ‘Namul’ inspired salad. It is absolutely easy to make, yet really yummy. As I always use a can of Tuna in Springwater, I add a reasonable amount of Salt, but you need to alter the amount of Salt. If you use Tuna in Oil, you may wish to use the Oil …

  • Fish Gyoza

    Canned Mackerel Gyoza

    Mackerel is my favourite fish. Anything made with Mackerel is delicious to me. Today I made these Gyoza to use up some leftover Gyoza Wrappers. I used 1 small can of Mackerel for the filling. As the canned Mackerel was already cooked, I only needed to cook Wrappers. If you have uncooked fresh Mackerel, that …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Salmon Rice Bowl with Chilli Oyster Sauce

    Salmon seems to be the most popular fish in Melbourne where I live. Fresh OR frozen Salmon fillets are available from any supermarket stores. I use skinless fillets to cook this easy Salmon Rice Bowl. There are many sauces that go well with the pan-fried Salmon, but this spicy sauce is my favourite at the …

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    Gochujang Chikuwa Rice Bowl

    I use Soy Sauce, Sugar and Mirin to season many dishes. They are the Japanese staples. I added Gochujang (Korean Spicy Miso), Garlic and a little bit of Vinegar to this dish, and the flavour instantly changed from Japanese to Korean. The spicy and sweet sauce is very suitable for Chikuwa (Japanese tube-shape fish cakes) …

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    Chikuwa & Konnyaku (Konjac)

    This is another popular and traditional Japanese dish that you would never come across at Japanese restaurants. Some people cook it in a saucepan with a fair bit of Dashi Stock, but I cook it quickly in a frying pan. I would need freshly cooked Rice to enjoy this dish. Makes 3 to 4 Servings …

  • Curry Fish Potato

    Curry Flavoured Mackerel & Potato Salad

    ‘Curry Flavoured Smoked Sausage & Potato Salad’ is one of my family’s favourite potato salads and I sometimes crave it. Today I wanted to cook it, but I didn’t have Sausages. As I had some Canned Fish, I decided to use Canned Mackerel instead of Sausages, and the result was great. It was delicious! The …

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    ‘Furikake’ made with Leftover Bonito Flakes

    Yesterday, my son made a proper Dashi Stock using Bonito Flakes that is called ‘Hana Katsuo’ (花かつお). ‘Hana Katsuo’ makes a very nice dashi stock, but it was almost tasteless after being used. DO NOT discard the tasteless Bonito Flakes. I made this ‘Furikake’ using the tasteless Bonito Flakes. If you have a microwave, it …

  • Fish Vegetables

    Chikuwa & Spring Onion Pancake

    Using ‘Tempura’ Batter, that can be made with Plain Flour, Potato Starch, Egg and Water, you can make a variety of savoury pancakes. Today I used Chikuwa (Japanese Tube-shape Fish Cakes) and Spring Onions. You can use Garlic Chives instead of Spring Onions. Add as much as you want if you can combine with the …

  • Fish Mazegohan

    ‘Kabayaki’ Eel Rice

    I bought frozen ‘Kabayaki’ Eel from an Asian grocer the other day. The fillet of Eel was grilled and seasoned. It was quite pricey and I bought just 1 fillet, that was NOT enough for whole family. I tried to make ‘Mazegohan’. ‘Mazegohan’ is a Japanese dish of Rice. Rice and other ingredients are cooked …

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