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Sebass Saikyo Yaki

Featuring Chilean Seabass

A rare delight, the long line caught Chilean Sea Bass is an excellent selection for upscale dining experiences. The frigid waters off of the Southernmost coast of South America make the Chilean Sea Bass makes it one of the highest quality seafood offerings.


• Slice Seabass into 6 oz pieces.

• Sprinkle sea salt on the Seabass and place on a mesh plate and bowl(or something similar to catch the water). Keep inside refrigerator for about 2 hours to allow it to dehydrate.

• Remove the Seabass from the fridge and rinse in an ice bath to remove salt. Pat dry when finished.

• Pour sake and mirin in the sauce pan to boil.

• Making sure all alcohol is burned off, and while still hot, whisk in Saikyo Miso till the consistency is smooth.

• Marinated seabass with saikyo miso mix for 24-36 hours in the fridge

• Before cooking seabass, take off excessed miso from seabass

• Steam for 10 minutes and broil to caramelize.


• 1 tbs Sea salt

• 1 cup Saikyo Miso

• 1 cup Sake

• 1 cup Mirin

• 4 - 6 oz Sliced Chilean Seabass

Chef Bio

Nobuo Fukuda

Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, Nobuo found his love for traditional Asian food early on. He traveled to the United States in 1980 to begin his career in the culinary industry. After working at Benihana and various sushi bars for a decade, Nobuo decided to make a change to learn more about wine and western style cooking through his time at Hapa. A few years later, Food and Wine Magazine named Nobuo one of the top 10 best new chefs. In 2007, Nobuo was awarded a James Beard award for Best Chef in the Southwest. Following this accomplishment, Nobuo's Teeter House serving traditional style sushi was born. Now, Nobuo continues with his love for Japanese cuisine serving as WorldClass’ Japanese Product Manager.




Tokyo, Japan


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What does your distribution process look like start to finish? - We handle the distribution from start to finish, which sets us apart from others. Other suppliers’ normal chain of distribution starts with a producer then gets handed to a broker, from there the products go to importer, which then goes to distribution and finally the chef. We are different because instead of having so many various hands in the product, we are the only hands in the process which eliminates waste, helps us to be in control of the quality of the product, and ensures that we are being as sustainable and ethical as possible.

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