Not having going back to Japan for a while, I just couldn’t resist it try. Compare to Unagi you can eat in Japan, it is young and thin. However, I did steam then grill, and the flavors were there. Not like a store bought frozen ones, you definitely taste that Unagi taste instead of just Unagi sauce. I recommend you if you like cooking. Prepping it was kind of intense. It was like a trophy after a long wait!
Making your own BBQ eel is fun. Eating it is even more fun! You can find BBQ sauce recipes exactly like what you've taste in Japanese restaurants. We use tamari (gluten free) instead of soy sauce. Apply the sauce and broil the eel. Serve it over white rice and add more sauce.
Pure, clean and sweet, perfect for kabayaki style or just simply grilled with salt. Supporting American home-grown!