Sushi - Sushi Menu - Halibut Sushi
Halibut is a very
popular fish for sushi, and it is usually ordered in the beginning for its light taste. It is very
taste and the sashimi style preparation is prized in Japan.
Halibut can be prepared in
three basic ways. Fresh, aged (chilled for a couple of hours in the
refrigerator) or kobujime (please
red snapper sushi for these preparation methods).
Halibut has its famous
engawa, which means an exterior hallway on the side of a
Japanese house. In the halibut’s case, it refers to the thin
muscle of the dorsal fin
which is located on the side of the Halibut. This part of the halibut
developed compared to the rest of the body and unlike the regular flesh
halibut, it has a higher fat content which makes it a delicacy. It is
and chewy and more concentrated in flavor.
has a barely detectable earthy
tone, since it lives on the sands of the ocean beds. Fresh tasting
as grated radish with red chili pepper, sliced scallions, and citrus soy
used in case customers may be sensitive to it.
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Also see: Halibut
in Sushi Fish
for halibut sushi: Nigiri
Popular condiments for
sushi: Momiji Oroshi, Negi, Ponzu
Special sections: Engawa
White Fish (Shiromi)