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Let's Prepare A Fish! How To Make Amberjack Sashimi Recipe

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Ingredients: Let's Prepare a Fish! How to Make Amberjack Sashimi

  • 1 fish Amberjack (a young "inada" stage one this time)

How to Make Let's Prepare a Fish! How to Make Amberjack Sashimi

If you have prepared the ingredients needed, now time to start cooking. There are 23 steps you must follow to make Let's Prepare a Fish! How to Make Amberjack Sashimi in your home by yourself.

    Step 1
  • The inada-stage amberjack I used this time was 54 cm long. My cutting board was too small!!
  • Step 2
  • I borrowed the kitchen of a tea ceremony venue. If you get an amberjack in the mature "buri" stage, even this big cutting board will be too small.
  • Step 3
  • Take the back fin off before removing the scales! Pull it with your hand while cutting with a knife. I think kitchen scissors would work well for this.
  • Step 4
  • It's off!
  • Step 5
  • Take off the side fin close to the back fin in the same way! The fin near the head is very bony and hard to remove. Again, I recommend using kitchen scissors.
  • Step 6
  • Fish like amberjack, which have rather soft flesh, are hard to skin and de-scale at the same time.
  • Step 7
  • You need to lay your knife on its side and kind of shave off the skin, but it's not as easy as it sounds. (HAHA) The white part of the fish has scales too, so remove them all off carefully!
  • Step 8
  • Oh my, it looks so messy! Just practice several times and you'll get better, so be patient, ok? The key is to use a knife with a sharp blade!
  • Step 9
  • Lay the fish on its back with the belly facing up, and put your knife in from the bottom of the fin! Don't put your blade in too deep or you'll damage the guts!
  • Step 10
  • From the Step 9 position, run your knife along the side of the fin towards the head of the fish. The guts will be pulled out attached to the head, so don't pierce or cut them now!
  • Step 11
  • Make a cut from the stomach to the head in the same way as Step 10. Once that's done, open up the belly. Make a cut from the anal vent towards the head!
  • Step 12
  • Pull out the intestines with your hands. They are still attached to the head at this point. Just pull them out of the body, understand?
  • Step 13
  • When the intestines have been pulled out, cut the back bone and cut off the head. If you pull the head all the guts should come out in one go.
  • Step 14
  • You should constantly clean your cutting board and knife as you work, but you need to wash the fish itself at this point too! Wash out all the bloody parts (the veins) near the bone!
  • Step 15
  • OK! So let's start filleting it at least! Make a cut into the tail part. Since this is a big fish, I'll show you how to cut it into 5 pieces (as opposed to the 3-piece filleting method used for smaller fish).
  • Step 16
  • Cut straight through the fish from the tail towards the head down the center. Make this cut on both sides of the fish.
  • Step 17
  • Do this carefully, making sure that the tip of your knife is scraping along the main bone.
  • Step 18
  • Next, make a cut along the back of the fish, with the front side facing up! Insert your knife deep enough so that you are cutting the flesh away from the main bone. If the fish is so big that your knife won't reach far enough, do this in several passes!
  • Step 19
  • Cut along the belly side (the bottom side) in the same way! The key to filleting the fish neatly is to try to put your knife blade in at the same angle every time. Keep going!!
  • Step 20
  • Do the same on the other side. Well done! It's so hard to cut up a fish with soft flesh.... hahaha
  • Step 21
  • This is the first time I've broken down an amberjack at the "inada" stage... there's way too much of the flesh left on the bones. The poor inada won't be able to go to heaven if I treat it so badly. I'll eat it all up cleanly though, so please forgive me!
  • Step 22
  • Try marinating the harami (the belly part of the fish) in wasabi soy sauce, and have it with rice. It will make you very happy. Soooo tasty!!! I'll cut it up more neatly next time.
  • Step 23
  • An extravagant zuke-don (marinated raw fish and rice bowl)! Soooo good!
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