“Chan-chan-yaki” is a local dish of Hokkaido in Japan.
This is generally made by adding miso to salmon and vegetables such as cabbage and grilling them on an iron plate.
There is a record that more than 80 years ago, a fisherman in Hokkaido cooked on an iron plate made of metal barrels.It is said that “chan-chan” comes from the sound of a spatula colliding with an iron plate when baking, the Japanese word meaning dad”chan”, or the onomatopoeia “chacha”, which means “quick”.
(for 2 person)
150 g cabbage
2 tbsp. miso
1 tbsp. White wine ( sake is better )
1 tsp. soy sauce
1 tsp sugar
10 g Butter (margarine is OK )
Sprinkle to the salmon with salt and put it in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes, then use kitchen paper to remove the water.
Cut the vegetables and mushrooms
Mix miso, soy sauce, sugar, and sake.
Butter the salmon in a frying pan and bake from the skin.
Take out the salmon and fry the vegetables.
When the vegetables are cooked, add the salmon and the mixed seasoning,
Let it boil for a while.
Serve on a plate and you’re done
My sons love this dish very much.
They like meat better than fish, but they eat a lot of this dish.
Please try it.