Japanese cooking is like a puzzle: it’s a delicate balance of flavours and textures. And mussels are the perfect marine indulgence in Japanese cuisine, with their natural sweetness and rich, briny flavour.
The Japanese have their own way of preparing the shellfish, which complements the Japanese-inspired flavors used. Today I’m sharing the Baked Mussels Japanese Recipe that showcases how well mussels work with this cooking style.
This is a post about the baked mussels in japanese style, that I made for dinner last night. It has very different flavors from what you would expect. The recipe had a strong taste with lots of mayonnaise and eel sauce. As well as the sweetness came mostly from the mayonnaise. Despite this, it was an incredibly tender and flavorful dish.