Salt-Grilled Salmon Gratin a la Korokke
“Shio-Jake” is popular as an ingredient of Japanese cuisine.
Salmon is one of the most common varieties as salty fish.
The old-fashioned style takes a long time (cost) , so now they are mainly made by one of two production methods.
– Dipping the salmon in salt water 定塩製法
– Injecting salt water into the salmon インジェクション製法
Or a mixed method of the above.
Production of these methods are called “Ama-Jio-Jake” 甘塩鮭 literally “sweet salt salmon”.
“Panko” give the crunchy texture of “Korokke” Japanese croquette.
is a salty salmon, also called “Shio-Shake”. It is popular as Japanese food ingredient, so you can get it easily at any supermarkets. 塩鮭（しおじゃけ / しおしゃけ） literally “salt salmon”
is a salty salmon, also called “Ama-Jio-Shake”. It is used less salt than common “Shio-Jake”. 甘塩鮭（あまじおじゃけ / あまじおしゃけ） literally “sweet salt salmon”
is a Japanese style breadcrumbs. It has a crisper and lighter texture and bigger grain than most types of breadcrumbs found in Western cuisine. パン粉（ぱんこ） literally “bread powder”