Shio-koji Aburi & Noto-Ika Yasai-dume

  • Frozen
Sample Price $33.72 +Shipping

* This is a sample product and may differ from the regular product and price.

[Sample weight] 410.0 g
[Target country] Australia France Hong Kong Singapore United States Vietnam
[Available season] Year-Round
  • Products information
  • Detail
Product No. 302
Target buyer Retail
Package for wholesale
Category Seafood & Fish / Others
Perfecture of origin
Best before date 90 days
Storage temperature range Keep frozen
  • Brewed vinegar
  • Cabbage
  • Calamari
  • Caramel colorings
  • Fish sauce
  • Ginger
  • Golden grass
  • Malted rice
  • Raw ingredients contain wheat.
  • Salt
  • Sugar (Sugar, Isomerized liquid sugar, water syrup)
  • Main ingredients
  • Calamari
  • Yellowtail
  • Allergy components
  • wheat
  • soy
  • Sesame
  • squid
  • apple
  • gelatin
  • Trading Information

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    [Producer / Wholesaler] SHIJIMAYA HONPO
    [Location] Ishikawa

    Broiled yellowtail with salt rice-malt The Japanese yellowtail is pickled in special salt rice-malt to educe the flavor, and then grilled with hot flame. The proton freezing machine minimizes the destruction of the cells in the freezing and you can enjoy the fresh texture and deliciousness. Noto squid and vegetables in it "Squid" caught in Noto was soaked in which pickled cabbage, carrot and Kintoki-sou (Kaga vegetables) were filled. Noto specialty products ishiri (Squid sauce) and ginger are hidden taste. You can cut it and eat it as it is. The squid is steamed so it is soft, and the vegetables are crispy. When cut into round slices its cut ends are richly colored, so it is convenient to serve the guests as well as make the usual dining table luxurious.

    Use scene
    * As a dish for hospitality * As a dish that makes the table a little luxurious. * With alcohol

    Producer's comment
    Since its establishment in Meiji 8 (1875), the food culture of Ishikawa and Kanazawa has been delivered through fermented food. [corporate philosophy] "We value the climate of our hometown, and through food, contribute to healthy and rich life. " "We will create workplaces where we can live and work contentedly with gratitude."