Japanese Salted Salmon


What is Shiozake?

Shiozake is Japanese salmon that is marinated in a combination of sake and salt – and is then quickly grilled. It is typically served for breakfast in Japan, or in a bento box lunch – or as an ingredient in onigiri or ochazuke.

What does Shiozake taste like?

There are deep savory and assertive umami notes in this shiozake recipe. And the sharpness of the sake neutralizes some of the fishiness, making this a great starting place for someone who might not be the biggest fan of fish in general.


Boneless Salmon Fillets Sake Kosher Salt


Pour salmon fillets into a container. Pour sake over fish; refrigerate. Broil for 3-5 minutes.




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