mackerel

  • Fish Potato

    Mackerel & Sour Cream with Jacket Potato

    Here is another dish that you can make with 1 small can of Mackerel. I mixed it with Sour Cream and Dill. If you don’t have Sour Cream, Cream Cheese and Mayonnaise can be used. You don’t have Dill? Then use Parsley OR Chives. This mixture is delicious with Bread and Crackers. It’s a perfect …

  • Fish Potato

    Mackerel & Potato with Sweet Miso Sauce

    Here is another super easy dish that you can make using a small can of Mackerel. My husband always complains that Mackerel smells bad, but Mackerel is my favourite fish and it goes so well with Sweet Miso Sauce. To reduce the fishy smell, I often add Sake (Rice Wine) OR Mirin to the fish. …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Mackerel & Egg Rice Bowl

    I cook this Rice Bowl dish very often using a variety of ingredients, but today I used 1 small can of Mackerel. As you don’t need to cook canned Mackerel, you just warm it up in the sauce, then bind the Mackerel and Spring Onion with Egg. You can use other canned Fish, but this …

  • Fish Udon Vegetables

    Mackerel ‘Chan-Chan-Yaki’ Udon

    ‘Chan-Chan-Yaki’ is originally a fishermen’s dish from Hokkaido, Japan’s northern island. Salmon is used for the dish, but it is delicious with Mackerel. I have shared my ‘Mackerel Chan-Chan-Yaki Rice Bowl’ on this website. This is Udon Noodle version of the dish. I used Canned Mackerel. It’s another quick & easy dish, very filling and …

  • Fish Udon

    Gochujang Mackerel Udon

    Since I invented ‘Gochujang Mackerel Rice Bowl’, I have been making it frequently. I actually don’t need to cook anything if I had already cooked Rice. Because it is so easy and delicious, I made a Udon Noodle version today. I recommend to add an Egg to this dish. Egg can be boiled, poached OR …

  • Curry Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Quick & Easy Canned Mackerel Curry

    Mackerel is my absolutely favourite fish and I always stock some cans of ‘Mackerel in Brine’ in my pantry. Using one can, you can create a variety of Rice Bowl dishes and I have shared the recipes of those on this website. Here is another one to share. This is a super easy Mackerel Curry. …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Mackerel ‘Chan-Chan-Yaki’ Rice Bowl

    ‘Chan-Chan-Yaki’ is originally a fishermen’s dish from Hokkaido, Japan’s northern island. Salmon is used for the dish, and I have shared my easy version ‘Salmon Chan-Chan-Yaki Rice Bowl’ on this website. It can be made with Canned Mackerel. This is a super quick & easy dish, very filling and nutritious, and absolutely delicious. Makes 1 …

  • Fish Yakisoba

    Canned Mackerel Yakisoba

    I thank whoever started making Canned Mackerel. Such a wonderful food product, lasts long in the pantry, ready to use anytime, and absolutely versatile and delicious. Today I used it for Yakisoba, Japanese style stir-fried Noodles. Some people say Mackerel has strong fishy smell. I suggest to add some Curry Powder to it so that …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Gochujang Mackerel Rice Bowl

    Canned Mackerel costs slightly more than Canned Tuna, but both are really handy items to stock in the pantry. My husband says Canned Mackerel smells bad, but I love it. Canned Mackerel makes delicious Rice Bowl dishes. ‘Curry Mackerel Don’ and ‘Miso Mackerel Don’ are just a few example. Here is another Rice Bowl dish …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Teriyaki Mackerel Don

    You should stock Canned Fish (e.g. Tuna, Mackerel, Salmon, Sardine) in your pantry. They are a good source of protein and often available on good special prices. I am a big fan of Canned Mackerel. I often make my lunch using a 125g can. I have shared the recipes of ‘Miso Mackerel Don’ and ‘Curry …

  • Donburi (Rice Bowl) Fish

    Canned Mackerel & Kimchi Rice Bowl

    This is another super easy rice bowl dish that I often make for my lunch. It is a great dish to have on a hot summer day as you don’t need to cook Mackerel. You can add some Salad Vegetables to it. Wakame is also a good addition. Makes 1 Serving Ingredients 1 teaspoon Soy …

  • Fish

    Mackerel Sprinkles

    Savoury rice sprinkles are called ‘Furikake’ in Japanese. There are loads of ‘Furikake’ products available from stores in Japan and they are very popular. When my children were young, I used to make ‘Salmon Sprinkles’. If you like ‘Salmon Sprinkles’, you might wish to try this one. Grilled Fresh Mackerel would be lovely to use, …

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