February 20, 2013

How to make Japanese Brown Sugar Glaze for Your Fish

One tip to a delicious fish dish is the sauce. It must carry a kind of zest that makes a special kick when combined with the strong flavor of fish. This is how Asian cuisine is so famous about – the wonder of how a brown-sugar sweetened “sauce” that comes as glaze makes most of their fried and pan-seared fish dishes one of a kind. Have you been wishing to make your own brown sugar glaze for your salmon, halibut, or mahi-mahi? Another thing this sugar-based fish sauce is known terrific is that you can make it in advance and stored in your refrigerator.

If you have been using pineapple before, this time, you would love to make another recipe that uses rice vinegar, even just before you intend to use it. Learn to make it here. Hungry now?

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