salmon roe イクラはいくら?

Recently, salmon roe has been more reasonable prices here in Hokkaido.
When I went to the grocery store the other day, I encountered that it was on sale luckily.

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It was 298 yen / 100g !
I bought it without hesitating.
And then I made pickled salmon roe that day. Actually, this was the second time to make it this season.

I had bought the first one several days ago. And it was more expensive, but the roe was smaller and its color was paler. And I had pickled with soy sauce, Mirin, and Sake. It was good, but my son didn't eat it so much. Because I hadn't boiled the sauce before pickled although I used Sake, Japanese alcohol.

This time, I pickled with only soy sauce. As there was a little the first one left, I compared both. Then, I knew the second one was much better. The second one's skin was extremely softer and the taste was also wonderful. Besides, it was very easier to make, only pouring soy sauce into the container.
Whenever I have pickled salmon roe, I buy salmon and grill and make it flake. Then I mix boiled rice and the salmon flake with some sesame and some Japanese vinegar. And finally it's covered with the pickled salmon roe and some shredded seaweed.

Ah, it made me happy!

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Original Article:

Recently, salmon roe has been more reasonable prices here in Hokkaido.
When I went to the grocery store the other day, I encountered that it was on sale luckily.

It was 298 yen / 100g !
I bought it without hesitating.
And then I made pickled salmon roe that day. Actually, this was the second time to make it this season.

I had bought the first one several days ago. And it was more expensive, but the roe was smaller and its color was paler. And I had pickled with soy sauce, Mirin, and Sake. It was good, but my son didn't eat it so much. Because I hadn't boiled the sauce before pickled although I used Sake, Japanese alcohol.


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Recommended Corrections:

Recently, salmon roe has been priced more reasonably here in Hokkaido.

Luckily, when I went to the grocery store the other day, I had found that it was on sale.
It was 298 yen / 100g !
I bought a package without hesitation.
I then made pickled salmon roe that day. Actually, this was the second time I had made it this season.

I had bought the first package of roe several days ago. It was more expensive, and each egg was smaller and its color was paler. I had pickled my first batch with soy sauce, Mirin, and Sake. It was good, but my son didn't seem to like it so much. I think it was because I hadn't boiled the sauce before I pickled them, although I did soak them in Sake (a Japanese rice wine).

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Original Article:

This time, I pickled with only soy sauce. As there was a little the first one left, I compared both. Then, I knew the second one was much better. The second one's skin was extremely softer and the taste was also wonderful. Besides, it was very easier to make, only pouring soy sauce into the container.
Whenever I have pickled salmon roe, I buy salmon and grill and make it flake. Then I mix boiled rice and the salmon flake with some sesame and some Japanese vinegar. And finally it's covered with the pickled salmon roe and some shredded seaweed.

Ah, it made me happy!


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This time, I pickled the salmon roe using only soy sauce. As I still had a little of the first batch left, I compared both. I had found the second batch much more to my liking. Each egg's skin was extremely soft, and the taste was wonderful. Besides, it was much easier to make. I only had to pour soy sauce into the container.

Whenever I have pickled salmon roe, I buy salmon and grill it and then make flakes from the meat. I then mix boiled rice and the salmon flake with some sesame (*) and some Japanese vinegar. And finally, it's covered with the pickled salmon roe and some shredded seaweed.

*You would add either seeds or oil after the word sesame.

Ah, it made me happy!

Re: English Corrections

Hi, shiroi tora.

Thank you very much for the corrections.

I remembered being corrected about the sesame before.
I hope I won't make the mistake again.
And I learned the usage of 'batch'.
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