Heat oil in a frying pan, and grill the fish. Once both sides have cooked well, soak excess oil with a paper towel.
Pour sake into the pan. Once the sake has evaporated, add the ● ingredients and simmer. Once the sauce has thickened, it's done.
If desired, add grated ginger and garlic with other seasonings.
Story Behind this Recipe
I was not so keen on teriyaki yellow-tail, so I wanted to eat it in a delicious way.
Coating the fish in flour seals in the umami and the moisture. That way, even if you cook the fish too much, it will turn out tender. The thick sauce is also delightful! The taste is rather sweet, for kids to enjoy, so adjust the sweetness to taste.