Recipe=Oven Grilled Miso Teriyaki S$3 Salmon Fish Head on 3Jun2018

miso teriyaki salmon head

did a superb roasted miso teriyaki salmon fish head on 3.6.2018. ^^

bought a few S$3 salmon fish head from song fish when i bought salmon belly recently.

there was one left in the freezer so i took it out, defrosted, cleaned/washed with salt and cooked it for lunch la. 🙂

miso teriyaki salmon head

miso teriyaki salmon head

a really simple recipe-

  1. 400g – 500g salmon fish head
  2. 1tbsp flat miso
  3. 1.5tbsp light soy sauce (if not adding miso, can add 2.5tbsp light soy sauce)
  4. 2 – 3 tbsp olive oil
  5. add sliced ginger, a few stalks of scallions (i didn’t have today)
  6. & grilled 10mins in 250degC oven

miso teriyaki salmon head

head was super fresh!

meat was very sweet & tasty, and not fishy, with the flavours of miso & the fragrant light soy sauce.

grilling gives a slight charred skin & wonderful grilled flavours, the sauce dries up a bit so more intense, and the more fatty parts of the flesh near the belly combines well with miso & light soy sauce, are not chunky in texture like the steak or fillet parts, so perfect la!

c.h.e.f andy

Ingredients-

  1. 400g – 500g salmon fish head
  2. 1tbsp flat miso
  3. 1.5tbsp light soy sauce (if not adding miso, can add 2.5tbsp light soy sauce)
  4. 2 – 3 tbsp olive oil
  5. add sliced ginger, a few stalks of scallions (i didn’t have today)

Directions-

  1. clean, wash with salt & drain
  2. rub 1 tbsp flat miso on the 2 half-heads on both sides.
  3. add 2tbsp olive oil, and 1.5tbsp top quality light soy sauce
  4. add sliced ginger & put on a few stalks of scallions
  5. grilled in a 250degC oven

Recipe = Teriyaki Cod

#6 teriyaki cod

teriyaki cod – on a high baking rack

first attempt at teriyaki cod on 28.2.2014, practising for dinner for friends later. it was pretty good, good alternative to Nobu miso cod which i had been serving out in past dinners.

i had very good teriyaki cod at keyaki & a bit more frequently at mikuni. actually bought some teriyaki sauce, but decided to do the sauce marinade as offered in several online recipes.

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teriyaki cod

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pan-seared teriyaki cod

also decided to marinade in a ziplog bag for 3 days, in the fashion of my very good nobu miso cod, hopefully to derive a more intense flavour. it did! 🙂

cod is really an excellent fish & just simple pan-grilled or barbeque or oven roasted would deliver a delightful dish, so i do simple pan-grilled also as alternative with miso cod.

with this equally great recipe (thoguh i am still partial to miso cod), there is 1 more variation on offer.

teriyaki cod

roasted teriyaki cod

roasted teriyaki cod

roasted teriyaki cod

roasted teriyaki cod

roasted teriyaki cod

likewise in addition to pan-grilled, an oven roasted teriyaki cod (12mins in preheated 250degC oven) is equally wonderful.

c.h.e.f andy

Ingredients –

500g frozen cod from ntuc or giant or sheng shiong (IQF individual quick freeze)

sauce marinade :

  • 2 tbsp mirin
  • 2 tbsp sake
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce
  • 1/2 tbsp sugar
  • 2 tbsp unsalted butter (30ml)
  • 2 tsp chopped garlic
  • 1 tbsp grated fresh ginger (2-3cm)

Directions –

  1. combine marinade in sauce pot & heat to dissolve the sugar.  cool the marinade & place in a zip log bag together with the cod (cut 4 or 5 pieces) & press out the air. leave in chiller for between 2 and 3 days.
  2. take out cod 1 hr before cooking to get to room temperature.
  3. place on a high baking rack in a 250degC preheated oven for 12 mins (see top photo).
  4. OR pan grill the cod over high heat in non stick pan with 1 tbsp oil. watch of colour change to opaque white on the sides (about 2 minutes) & turn over & sear for another few minutes. serve.

Great Brunch Mini Kaiseki @ Keyaki (quick update) on 27Oct2013

teriyaki cod

teriyaki cod

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(we had a superb S$58 november lunch kaiseki @ kuriya dining on 16.11.2013 & the food was much better than this).

a quick update. last had excellent brunch here on 18.8.2013. everything was good as before. the mini kaiseki brunch was truly good quality & great value. thumbs up! 🙂

kobachi 小钵 - some pickled radish

kobachi 小钵 – some pickled radish

sake

sake

sashimi moriawase

sashimi moriawase

good tempura moriawase

good tempura moriawase

aussie beef teppanyaki

aussie beef teppanyaki

kagoshima pork

kagoshima pork – better than beef!

maki

maki

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kuro goma ice-cream

kuro goma ice-cream

menu items same as before. sashimi (kajiki, sake, maguro) were good quality – sweet & fresh! cahwanmushi was very good – very smooth & tasty! tempura also was among the good ones. the teriyaki cod was the best – good helping & really nice! i must try this at home! 🙂

the teppanyaki beef tenderloin rare was good, but the kagoshima pork was better! 🙂

& we had 3 pieces of maki. nice too.

we asked, & they let us changed to black sesame ice cream, but the macha ice cream was good here too! 🙂

for S$60++pax, it was really very good value for the quality of food. 🙂

c.h.e.f andy

Excellent Kaiseki Lunch @ Keyaki on 18Aug2013

teriyaki cod

teriyaki cod

see also keyaki update on 27.10.2013.

pan pacific hotel had undergone a period of retrofitting last year.  we used to head for kaiseki at keyaki especially during year end where the menu items were more attractive (with lobster, Jap wagyu etc). i had not been back to keyaki since end 2011. the only other time i visited pan pacific was for the buffet lunch at the edge, though at S$58pax i did not find it a compelling offering even with 1 free for 3 paying.

recently i noticed that keyaki has a S$60 8-course weekend kaiseki brunch (we had tried the brunch there a while back but didn’t find reasons to return). this time i also had added incentives to redeem some accumulated points which would expire Jan 2014, it was an excellent lunch (or brunch?) – don’t quite see how was it brunch? 🙂

sashimi moriawase

sashimi moriawase

we had a otoshi starter – a small simmered pickled fish dish. next was mixed sashimi comprising salmon, hamachi & akamai (lean toro). it was good. 🙂

chawanmushi

chawanmushi

the chawanmushi was good too – very smooth & tasty for a ordinary chawanmushi though many places like (say) hokkaido sushi serves one with ikura which is much sweeter.

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the tempura came with 1 prawn, 1 fish & 2 vegetable items. it was a good tempura, the batter was light, fluffy & crisp. 🙂

the teriyaki cod (top photo) was best! i don’t like sweet teriyaki sauce much but this was lightly flavoured which enhanced the very flavourful cod.  excellent dish! 🙂

beef teppnyaki

beef teppnyaki

the beef teppanyaki was good too. on this day though the service, usually impeccable, left much to be desired. the kitchen had somehow missed our order (or misplaced the beef? haha) & they served it to 1 of us while the rest (4pax) waited good part of 1/2 hr before we were served the dish.  we had all ordered medium rare but it came all effectively well done. still surprise, surprise the USA sirloin was tender and tasty, not superb but quite ok really. 🙂

maki

maki

maki was quite ok too,

the set came with macha ice cream (& it was good here NOt the cheap sweet variety).  i asked for 2 kurogoma (black sesame) ice-cream & they served to us. that was really good 🙂

the food items were of good quality & standard, & good value for S$60++. will probably go back again. 🙂

c.h.e.f andy