About the product
“Nanban” is a Japanese term that came about hundreds of years ago and originally referred to things brought into Japan from other countries. Nowadays, it is used in the names of foreign-influenced foods or other items.
After having its stomach, gills, and scutes removed, the coastal Japanese horse mackerel in this Nanban-style marinade are flavored with salt and pepper, covered in potato starch, and pickled in seasoned liquid. The fish becomes soft enough that it can be eaten with the bones in. Just the right amount of vinegar is used, and the fish has a refreshing flavor.
This product takes all of the time-consuming elements out of eating fish, letting you enjoy your favorite foods without worrying about picking out recipes, making sauces, or cleanup afterwards.
Sugarlady’s seafood is acquired in season and processed right away, ensuring that you always receive the highest possible freshness and flavor. In addition, because this item comes frozen, it is easy to have plenty of it on hand at any time without worrying about it spoiling. Sugarlady’s seafood and other frozen products allow you to cook meals from all sorts of real, nutritious ingredients whenever you desire, even on the busiest of days!
How to prepare
This mackerel is ready to eat when it arrives; all it needs is to be defrosted.
Ingredients & Nutrition
This product contains japanese horse mackerel (domestic), brewed vinegar, sugar, potato starch, soy sauce (contains wheat), table salt, chili pepper, pepper, sesame oil, refined sake, black vinegar, cooking oil (soybean oil)..
Volume: 130g (5 to 8 fish)
Calories: 100g 211kcal
Salt Equivalent: 1.4g
This product is not suitable for anyone with allergies to wheat, soy or sesame.
The recommended shelf life for this product is 12 months.
Origin of ingredients
Origin of ingredients: Japanese horse mackerel (domestic). Prepared and packaged in Japan.
Specialty: Additive Free, Non-GMO