Having tried grilled yellowtail collar earlier, I do enjoy them better than these salmon collar pieces.
I did not know these Amajio Sake Pieces (as indicated in the packaging, bought them in Mitsuwa) can be so salty. I was anticipating the crispy skin, tender sweet flesh but in the end, the salt spoiled it all. Or my fault for not knowing what Amajio means.
I could not eat them plain-nakedly like a side dish. After having a grilled piece with lemon, the remaining pieces needs to be saved, in a soup so that the "salt" flavors the bland liquid.
Tag: salted salmon
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