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Grilled Ayu

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Serves 2

Cooking method to erase the bitterness of Ayu

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Ingredients

  • Ayu (2)
  • Balsamic vinegar (goblet 4-5 tablespoons)
  • Salt (appropriate amount)
  • Olive oil (appropriate amount)
  • Paprika (1/2)
  • Some of the scent, such as lemon and parsley (qs)

Method

    1. The feces out of the anus
    2. Remove the jaws of fish Remove the jaw appearance is impaired, by the built-in cook at the back of the jaw, you can turn off the built-in bitterness.
    3. Soften the gills
    4. The salt sprinkled lightly throughout, put on the grill, I spray with olive oil spray (the back of the head) near the intestine. As well familiar, but this time I put a cut near the intestine.
    5. I just heated a little balsamic vinegar in the microwave Also pickled, I simply delicious, flavor is mellow by heating.
    6. Serve lightly fried vegetables and paprika, I Serve with baked sweetfish. Completed over the entire 鮎 the balsamic vinegar at the end.

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