Monday, September 08, 2008

Sanma fish (Pacific Sauly)

sanma fish (pacific sauly)"Sanma" means pacific sauly.
Photo above is Sanma on fresh fish counter in the supermarket.
Sanma is a typical fish in fall in Japan.
It is slender. and just looks like Japanese sword.
grilled sauly We usually grill it with salt.
It is oily and delicious.
And sanma is rich in DHA and EPA.

11 comments:

Rambling Round said...

It really does look like a sword!

Barbara Rahal said...

mm tasty, looks like pejerreyes...kind of the same style of fish and cooking...we eat those in Chile..loads..love them!

Eki Akhwan said...

I don't know if I've seen that kind of fish before, but I think it's like what we call "cucut" in Indonesia. We usually smoke it. The grilled one looks delicious.

alaya said...

and what's the white thing near the fish?

nobu said...

Thanks for your comments!!
alaya, it is grated radish. We usually searv grilled fish with grated radish.

Sherry said...

Makes me hungry again..

nobu said...

Hello sherry.
I will post about grilled sanma on my food blog.

this too will pass said...

nice photo

nobu said...

Thanks!!!

Meg in Nelson said...

Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh... hungry...

nobu said...

Meg, thanks!!!
It's really delicious in this season.

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