Because of the abundant ocean that surrounds the island nation, seafood has long been a mainstay of the Japanese diet, and unagi (eel) is no exception. Eels have been regarded a healthy and invigorating cuisine by the Japanese since ancient times. Eel is now regarded a delicacy, and there are artisanal eel restaurants all throughout the country. Unagi kabayaki is the most popular type of eel dish.
To make unagi kabayaki, an eel is cut open from the belly or the back. Skillfully halving the eel in this manner not only gives it that iconic Japanese look, but it also aids in the cooking process by keeping all of that delicious, sweet sauce perfectly in place as the light, fluffy slices are skewered, broiled, steamed, flavored, and then grilled and flavored again.
The sauce is frequently produced according to a restaurant's secret recipe and is a significant aspect in enhancing the flavor. The kabayaki eel is served on top of a bowl of rice, and it is called “unadon.”
The health benefits of the Japanese eel are numerous, and the fish is particularly high in nutrients. The fact that people in Japan consume eel is probably yet another reason the country is one of the healthiest on the planet.
To begin with, eel contains a wide range of vitamins and minerals, including vitamins A, D, E, B1, B2, B12, and phosphorus. This mineral is particularly beneficial to your health since it aids in balancing your body's PH levels, improving digestion and metabolism, and allowing the body to absorb nutrients more effectively.
Unagi is also rich in omega-3 fatty acids. It lowers cholesterol, lowers blood pressure, and lowers the risk of diabetes and arthritis.
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We began exporting frozen roasted eel fillets (Unagi Kabayaki) to Russia in 2009,then we are extending our operations into new countries.
We can store the items in IVP (Individual Vacuum Packages) or BULK according to the clients' specifications.
The flavor and percentage of the sauce, as well as the type and time of roasting, can be tailored to the preferences of the customers.
The small orders or the mixed loading with our edamame, mukimame, or dim sum (spring roll, samosa, etc.) are also possible.
We now have over 25 reputable supplier in more than 5 Chinese provinces. Many of our suppliers are serious and trustworthy, with BRC/ISO/HACCP certification. Some of them earned HALAL certification.
We have risen to be one of the most important suppliers of high-quality frozen roasted eel (unagi kabayaki) in a number of countries.