2 sanma (Pacific saury)
1 tbs flour for dusting
3 tsp grated ginger
50 ml soy sauce
2 tbs vinegar
Mirin (I didn`t add)
1 tsp sugar
1. Gut and cut Pacific saury (or other fish) into small pieces.
2. Wash the pieces and pat dry with paper towel.
3. Lightly dust the fish with flour.
4. Sear the flour-coated fish with a bit of oil in a frying pan over medium heat until both sides get nicely browned. Set aside.
5. Wipe off the frying pan to clean the remaining oil and set aside.
6. For the sauce, grate fresh ginger in a container and add soy sauce, vinegar, sugar, mirin, and salt and stir well.
7. Set the cleaned frying pan over low heat and pour in the sauce.
8. Put the seared fish pieces in the pan and cook both sides to coat with the sauce evenly until the sauce has thickened.
9. Garnish the fish with sesame seeds and serve.