Posts Tagged sake

Dashi Marinated Sake Roasted Chilean Seabass

My wife and I take turns doing meals during the week and Thursday nights have basically become my “grill/bake” nights. So this time around I thought I’d try to do a dish that was essentially a composite of some dishes I’d been thinking about for a while. In Nobu West, there’s a parchment steamed/baked dish […]

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Chinese Drunken Chicken

This is a dish I do as consequence of making Chinese superior broth (see https://tastingmenu.wordpress.com/2010/11/25/on-chinese-superior-broth-%E9%AB%98%E6%B9%AF%E4%B8%8A%E6%B9%AF/).  It’s driven by the response of “what do I do with the chicken used to make the broth?”   Looking at William Mark’s book, The Chinese Gourmet cookbook, the recipe for Drunken Chicken on p. 137 very closely resembles the preparation […]

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Blue Ginger Sake-Miso Marinated Chilean Sea Bass

So I thought I’d surprise my wife Thursday night by making her wedding reception entree for supper – Blue Ginger’s Sake-Miso Marinated Sea Bass (see Blue Ginger: East Meets West Cooking, p. 186-187). So Wed evening, I started preparations.  Unfortunately, I discovered I didn’t have any limes or lime juice, so I substituted in yuzu […]

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