I ate the Arctic Bezel in the Japanese shop. I was curious about what a small grain of small green matter was inside, biting it up, not knowing whether it was vegetables or seaweed or jellyfish. Looking at an article pushed by the shell, I realized that this is called "tribute dish." Yesterday, I found a box of frozen Arctic shells in the refrigerator. I happened to find the tribute in the corner of the supermarket freezer. I was surprised to find that there was no similar recipe in the kitchen. By chance, this is probably my first recipe.
Frozen Arctic shells are placed in the refrigerator one night in advance, naturally thawed
Frozen Arctic shellfish are generally cooked directly on the ship and then frozen. It is reasonable to say that they can be eaten by thawing. Slightly flush, cut or use the piece to make the Arctic shell into two.
Tear them into pieces (cut/cut)
Gong cuisine as shown
Cut into small pieces. The tribute in the package is not seasoned, and it also has the taste of canned food. No matter what method is used, let it bring a little taste. In short, do not taste canned. I use a thoughtful lemon salad. You can choose a little soy sauce & vinegar, don't need to be like pickled vegetables, don't want soup, water, and taste.
Arctic shell + tribute + mayonnaise + a lost mustard (+ fish seed) No fish seeds added in the picture, added color to look better, richer taste
Do not look at the amount of use, how much to eat, very casual (the first time to write recipes without specific usage is very guilty...)