The White Trevally (Striped Jack) is a fish commonly found in the Indian, Mediterranean, Atlantic, and Pacific Ocean. The flesh of this fish is great to eat when a little dry. Start off your Japanese meals with this delicious yet simple dish!
Eq1 Live Fish = Sashimi
- You can wash the skin and organs with water . Do not wash the meat part (sashimi) with water.
- You will need some practice to master cutting and filleting fish. However, once you understand the structure of the fish body, you will be able to fillet many kinds of fish. White Trevally is just one of the fishes used for Sashimi. There is a wide variety of fishes that can be used for this dish.
Process of Cutting and Filleting
 Wash the fish with water.
 Hold the fish down and scrape the scales.
 Cut off the head of the fish.
 Drive the blade point into the back of the fish head, and continue cutting along the length of the fish on both sides.
 Remove the skin from the fish meat.
 Cut the fish meat and arrange on a clean plate.
Detailed Cooking Process