Kasu zuke black cod from Tom Douglas' Seattle Kitchen: A Food Lover's Cookbook and Guide by Tom Douglas

  • cod
  • miso
  • mirin
  • kasu
  • EYB Comments

    Sweet sake may be substituted for mirin.

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    Sweet sake may be substituted for mirin.

  • Rinshin on August 09, 2016

    Excellent recipe and standard preparation for making kasuzuke fish in Japan. You can use many types of fish for making this but look for sake lees (as in kasu) in Japanese markets. It's normally found in the refrigerated section with egg roll/spring roll wrappers, tofu, pickles. Sake lees can be frozen for eternity too. I freeze mine.

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