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Ankimo

4 Ratings: 4.0
Japanese delicacy made from monkfish liver

The liver is first rubbed with salt, then rinsed with sake. Then its veins are picked out and the liver is rolled into a cylinder and steamed. Ankimo is often served with chili-tinted grated daikon radish, thinly sliced green onions and ponzu sauce. … see full wiki

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review by . October 30, 2008
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It comes from within one of the world's ugliest fish but don't let that technicality deter you. Ankimo, otherwise known as monkfish liver, is an oft-overlooked gem of Japanese cuisine that offers interesting textures and taste combinations--a rewarding experience for the discerning palate. It's a dish you'd more likely find at true Japanese restaurants (ones frequented by mainly Japanese patrons) but if you see it on the menu, do yourself a favor and order it at least once.   Ankimo is …
Quick Tip by . April 26, 2010
I love ankimo nigiri. Think of it as the Japanese foie gras. Amazing with sliced onions & ponzu sauce!
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