Komochi Caraft Shisyamo


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Best grilled or deep fried in it’s entirety as the fish can be eaten from head to tail.

This time round, I have coated these Komochi Caraft Shisyamo with plain flour, beaten egg and breadcrumbs.


These salt water fish smelt are filled with roe or tiny fish eggs.

Best eaten on its own to taste the freshness of these salt water fish without any garnish such as grated daikon nor soy sauce.



Check out this link for more interesting ways of preparing fish.



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