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Nairagi Sashimi

Written By Michelle Koo 09 Jun 2017
This fish has a bright orange color and a heavy creamy texture that doesn’t need much seasoning to bring out its great flavor. Nairagi is only found in very authentic sushi bars and is very popular in Japan. It is a natural for sashimi, or try broiling, grilling, sautéing or smoking it. Coat it with Furikake and then pan sear, chill, slice and savor!