How to prepare fresh caught fish! (Boat Cooking with Boatnotes #1)

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We get asked how and what we cook left, center and right so I decided to start a cooking channel additionally to our adventure show. This is our first cooking video and I have to apologize the not ideal quality and lack of footage but to my defense: I was practically seasick the whole time while filming and cooking, yikes…

This first recipe is about how to prepare dorado/mackerel the Japanese way.

You’ll need:

Chopped Ginger and Garlic

Sake, Mirin (Japanese sweet cooking wine) and Sake for the Sauce

Starch to keep inside the juices when you stir-fry the fish

Radish, Scallions and Lime slices

Marinate the filleted and diced fish in all the ingredients (except for the starch, that will be added right before cooking) and let it marinate for as long as you want but minimum 15 minutes.

Cover in starch and stir-fry for a couple of minutes (if it’s still a little raw inside, that’s no problem).

Sprinkle with grated radish and ginger and put some slices of lime on top. Serve with rice. Yummy!

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