Wahoo Sashimi

12.08.2020 | In Recipes

Blake Ittmann, River Pilot

There’s nothing better than sharing and eating fresh fish you caught with your friends, and there’s nowhere better in the world for fishing than off the Louisiana Gulf Coast.

Derived from an appreciation of Japanese flavors and the tastiness of the fresh fish itself – there’s no better way to enjoy freshly caught fish than sashimi!

Wahoo Sashimi Recipe

Yields8 Servings
Total Time30 mins

Ingredients

 Freshly caught Wahoo
 Crunchy garlic and chili topping
 Soy sauce
  Jalapeño
 Lime
 Sriracha sauce

Directions

1

Go fishing and catch Wahoo!

2

Filet and cut wahoo into bite-size pieces, and line along a serving tray (you could stop here and just eat as is, but if you're looking for added flavor continue...).

3

Top with garlic chili topping, slices of jalapeño and a squeeze of lime.

4

Finish with soy sauce and sriracha sauce to taste.

  • Chef Blake with his wahoo catch!

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Ingredients

 Freshly caught Wahoo
 Crunchy garlic and chili topping
 Soy sauce
  Jalapeño
 Lime
 Sriracha sauce

Directions

1

Go fishing and catch Wahoo!

2

Filet and cut wahoo into bite-size pieces, and line along a serving tray (you could stop here and just eat as is, but if you're looking for added flavor continue...).

3

Top with garlic chili topping, slices of jalapeño and a squeeze of lime.

4

Finish with soy sauce and sriracha sauce to taste.

Wahoo Sashimi