The "Canned Fish " series that appeared in MUJI. It is a canned boiled fish that makes use of fish that you do not usually have the opportunity to eat, parts that cannot be used up in the process, and parts that are difficult to process.
There are 6 types in the lineup. So far, we have introduced "saba no tail meat boiled " and " buri no belly meat boiled ", but this time I tried "komai boiled" which is not so familiar.
What kind of fish is a top?A type of cod that is eaten in Hokkaido. It is said that foods with a body length of about 10 cm are often eaten overnight, and large-sized foods are not distributed because they are not common.
Boiled in water"Komai boiled in water" is a whole boiled saffron cod that is too big to be dried and is repelled so that it is easy to eat. The bones are also softly finished. No chemical seasonings, artificial colors or fragrances. The price is 290 yen (tax included).
The size varies from rugged to bite-sized. I put it on rice and sprinkled it with mayonnaise to make a super-simple "komai-don" topped with condiments.
The plump body has a light taste like cod. It is seasoned with salt and is not unsatisfactory when eaten alone. However, the smell peculiar to fish is also slight. When combined with rich mayonnaise and refreshing condiments, the odor disappears and the umami is enhanced. It is recommended to sprinkle shichimi pepper on the way because the taste will be deeper.
The nutritional components per can (190g (6.7oz)) of "Komai boiled" are energy 98kcal, protein 23.4g (0.14oz), carbohydrates and fat 0g (0oz). Perfect when you want to eat protein but want to reduce fat. It's usually an unfamiliar fish, but why not try incorporating it into your regular diet while arranging it?