Japanese Mackerel recipe – How to grill salted mackerel – サバのしおやき by admin May 31, 2018, 10:44 am 43 Comments chef Daicooking with Daigluten freehealthy diethealthy recipeJapanese cookingjapanese mackerelmackerel recipeprofess...professional chefSaba See more Previous article Salmon Poke Cups – Appetizer Recipes – Flatout Bread Next article KitchenAid Mixer Bread Recipes | Italian Focaccia Bread Recipe 43 Comments Leave a Reply Looks good Especially eat with white rice. Thank you Reply Wowwwwwwwwwww!!!!!! A British Asian that can cook. So goooood and sexy. Reply Omo! One of my favourites! So yummy with a fresh beer after a long day 😍😍😍 Reply I think I can actually smell it. Reply IT LOOKS DELICIOUS CHEF ! Reply K…..k…..k…..k 😏😏 Reply Chef 👏 Reply Simply gr8…👌 Reply Thats what i like! Hes not a master but certainly he gives off as a skilled cook! Can i ask u did u turned your salamander on both ways? Top n bottom? I need this for tommorow^^~ Reply Bake fish with lemon, salt, pepper, garlic, onion. Thats all you need to make you're fish taste good, add with rice & soy sauce. Reply Very disappointed with usage of just salt on the fish…should have used more spices… Reply That looks amazing Reply is it absolutely necessary to use skewers? Reply I wish scoring fish were as easing as the chef makes it look. Don't you hate when your first slice doesn't pierce the skin, so you apply extra pressure the next go around and it's too much and you cut halfway through the fish? Sigh. Reply I very much love Japanese food. However, I don't think I'm gonna cook any of them. Anyway, I really enjoy your videos, they always make me hungry!Although I studied Japanese language, and would love to practice the food names and cooking terms in Japanese, somehow I really love to listen to your English accent 😅 Reply Thank you for the video! It looks delicious! On a side note, could you fix the fluorescent light flicker in the video please? Reply this simple dish is one of my most favorite dishes in the world. thanks for the great instructional video. Reply What are the advantages of using this technique (I mean, with the sticks)? Reply what temperature was this griller on? Reply beautiful. thanks for this Reply can i has dat.plez Reply Will you upload new video? Waiting for so long Reply My Grandmother is a rough cook. She just covered the Mackerel in foil and chunked in into the toaster oven. It instantly turned into my favorite fish dish. Despite all the bones! She drove by another day and gave me more cause she knew how much I liked it. Though heating it up in my own toaster oven not only made the house smell, it made the toaster over make anything else we made in it taste like fish! (For anyone curious a thorough clean with soap, then bake watered down vanilla/lemon on low heat to get that smell out.) Reply British accents sounds convincing every time! Reply is there need to take out bones before or after grilling? also what temperature was your salamandra? thank s Reply You sound more British than Asian lol. Reply Your accent actually caught me off guard 😂 😍 oh and love the recipe as well 💙 Reply Now I'm going to try this next time i caught macks Reply only salt need? Reply The grillmarks look beautiful Reply thank you sef Reply Hi Dai, so glad I found your Youtube and thank you for your generous sharing of skills and recipe! Reply oh there are skewers that are japanese lmao. Reply ok? Reply Intense Reply very talented and stable hands, its not at all easy to develop knife skills 👍 Reply Beautiful fish and accent😊😊😊 Reply I'm Norwegian, and a common recipe from my childhood is mackerel tossed in flour/salt/pepper then fried in a pan with butter. It's served with a cucumber salad (cucumber marineted in sugar and vinegar), sour cream and small new potatoes. Thank you for reminding me to cook some again! 🙂 ありがとうございます。 Reply Ok ok ok ok ok ok Reply Hi Dai, instead of salamander can I oven to get the same result as yours? Reply Hi Dai! that is one beautifully grilled fish, can i ask at what temp do you grill at? i'm grilling at 400 C inside toaster oven but it has never looked like what you just did. Thank you in advance! Reply If I don't have a salamander, what's the next best way to grill it? Reply one of the dishes which i would order in a japanese restaurant, simple yet so delicious and satisfying Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.