Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Roy's Misoyaki Butterfish Recipe

Found this great recipe over on the Home and Family section of the website. Haven't tried it yet, but it looks about as authentic as it could be. Enjoy!

Buy the freshest fish.
Fresh fish is vibrant in color.
Don't overcook! Cook on medium temperature.
Cook each side evenly.

Misoyaki Butterfish
Four 3-7 oz. boneless Black cod fillets or other oily fish.

For Marinade:
1 cup mirin
1 cup sake
1¼ lb shiro miso paste
1½ lb sugar

Bring all ingredients to a simmer and let cook until a medium caramel color is achieved. This will take 45 minutes to 1 hour. Cool.

Once cool, place fish in marinade and leave for 1-3 days.

When ready, sear fish on med-low heat on each side until nicely browned and cooked through in the middle. Finish under broiler.

For Sauce:
12 oz Red Bell pepper (finely minced)
12 oz Yellow Bell pepper (finely minced)
24 oz Onion (pulverized)
24 oz Daikon (pulverized)
9 cloves Garlic (fine minced)
3 oz Ginger (fine minced)

¼ bunch Cilantro (fine minced)
1 oz Scallion (fine minced)
4 oz Rice wine vinegar
8 oz WHEAT FREE Soy- Kikkoman
8 oz Vegetable stock
30 oz soy bean oil

Baby Bok Choy
½ lb Bok Choy
1 Tbsp Garlic (chopped)
1 Tbsp Ginger (chopped)
To taste Kosher Salt and Black Pepper
1 Tbsp Butter

Blanch in lightly salted water for thirty seconds, then sauté bok choy in a pan with garlic, ginger, butter, kosher salt, and pepper.

Serve Butterfish with rice and sautéed baby bok choy.

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