YUZU KATSUO TATAKI
(bonito) is a meaty fish. Katsuo is in season twice a year, in the spring it is lean and in the autumn it is rich with fat, and is called modorigatsuo. “Returning katsuo” refers to the fish returning after being out at the cool waters of the sea, hence layered with rich layers of fat.
in Japanese refers to two culinary techniques. One is to chop roughly a raw product, such as tuna or wagyu. The second, as represented in this dish, is to sear the outside of the meat, leaving the inside rare. This seared Katsuo Tataki is infused with Yuzu citrus fruit.
Packaging : 300-400g
Product of Origin : Japan