How to salt fish for sushi?
You’re probably aware that raw and salted fish are used in rolls and sushi.
If you’re confident in the excellent quality of the raw fish, then all you need to do is cut it. We recommend freezing it first to eliminate bacteria.
Salting fish is done to remove excess water and substances that hinder long-term storage. Today, we will provide a detailed explanation of how to salt fish for sushi at home. The salting process is quick and easy, allowing you to prepare sushi, rolls, and other exciting dishes for your loved ones using our Japanese recipes.
Take the time to choose a fresh, high-quality fish carcass. It’s best to purchase it from a large supermarket with a high turnover, where the product doesn’t sit around for long. Sushi can be made from cod, grayling, salmon, eel, or tuna. The salting process is the same regardless of the fish variety. Just follow a few simple steps:
The next step in preparing the fish for sushi is the salting process.
Now you have learned how to salt salmon, turbot, or cod for sushi. We hope you have managed to acquire the necessary products for cooking Asian dishes and that your loved ones will enjoy the Japanese dishes you prepare.