Yakizakana

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Yakizakana
Yakizakana icon.png
Dish Type
Entree
Availability
Locked
Prep Type
No HS
Menu Price
$10
Cook Time(s)
15 seconds
Burn Time
18 seconds
Booster(s)
Simply Food Simply Food
Seafood Classic Seafood Classic
Detractor(s)
Oh Rats Oh Rats
Pest Fest Pest Fest
Trashy Food Trashy Food
Menu Rot Menu Rot
Morning Aroma Morning Aroma
Origin
Japan

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Description[edit | edit source]

Yakizakana originates in Japan and literally means "grilled fish." It is distinct for being a common, simple home cuisine made using seasonal fish and often served with daikon.

Because of its simplistic nature, not much is known about the exact history of yakizakana. Legend has it that it was created by early human fishers who grew dissatisfied with eating raw, squirming fish that demanded to be let go, or else they would send the humans to a fiery pit. These early fishers most likely saw it as fitting to instead kill the fish and then grill THEM over a fiery pit, after which the fishers were pleased to find that the fish no longer demanded to be let go and actually tasted quite nice all hot and cooked.

Today, almost no fish are ever heard making demands, and yakizakana is much celebrated for bringing that about.

Ingredients[edit | edit source]

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Tilapia
Red Snapper
Mahi Mahi
Blue Fin

Albacore
Mackerel
Salmon

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Yakizakana is a fairly simple dish: you need to choose a PurplePage.png Fish from the list above and cook.