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Easy-to-prepare Food Items - Fish

It's frozen boneless fully-cooked mackerel fillet simmered with miso sauce. To defrost it, you can just put the whole package into boiling water for 8 minutes!

You can easily prepare a professional looking Japanese dish. With a bowl of rice and a cup of miso soup, your authentic Japanese meal will be ready! (We even offer cooked Japanese rice and instant miso soup at the store).


Miso Mackerel Potato Salad

Miso Mackerel Potato Salad (2 servings): Prep time: 5 minutes Cook time: 15 minutes Total time: 20 minutes Ingredients: 2 packs of Miso Saba Mackerel 1 medium potato (7 oz. / 200g) a pinch of salt and pepper 2 tbsp of mayonnaise 0.7 oz. / 20g of shredded cheese Chopped scallions to your liking Directions: 1. Peel the potato and cut into bite-sized pieces. Drain and place in a heatproof container. Sprinkle with salt and pepper, cover with fluffy plastic wrap and cook in a microwave oven at 600W for 4 minutes until softened. 2. Put the mackerel in a heatproof container with the potato. Add mayonnaise and mix quickly. 3. Place the ingredients from #2 in a baking dish and sprinkle with the shredded cheese. Bake in a toaster oven until browned. Sprinkle some chopped scallions on top. Tip:


It's frozen boneless fully-cooked salmon fillet grilled with some salt. To defrost it, you can just heat up the whole package in a microwave for 60 seconds.

This is what traditional Japanese breakfast looks like! With this item, you can save a lot of time preparing it in your busy morning.


Salmon Furikake Flakes

Salmon Furikake Flakes:

Prep time: 3 minutes

Cook time: 5 minutes

Total time: 8 minutes


1 tbsp of cooking sake

1 tbsp of mirin

a pinch of salt


1. Break up the grilled salmon in a bowl.

2. Add salmon from #1 and seasonings to a frying pan and fry over medium heat, letting the water evaporate.

3. Add roasted sesame seeds and stir to combine.


  • It gets burned easily, so be careful when you cook.


It's frozen boneless fully-cooked salmon fillet cooked with teriyaki sauce. To defrost it, you can just put the whole package into boiling water for 8 minutes!


Teriyaki Salmon Don Bowl

Teriyaki Salmon Don Bowl (1 serving): Prep time: 10 minutes Cook time: 1 minutes* Total time: 11 minutes *If the rice is already cooked. Ingredients: 1 pack of teriyaki salmon 1 bowl (5.3 oz. / 150g) of cooked rice Roasted white sesame seeds to your liking Chopped scallions to your liking Nori seaweed to your liking 1 egg yolk (Jidori eggs, the type of egg we offer at Maido have been raised using a higher cleanliness standard and are somewhat safer to eat than typical grocery store eggs. However, there is always a risk of contracting salmonella from consuming raw eggs, so consume at your own risk). Direction:

  1. Place all ingredients on top of rice.


  • It's even tastier if you drizzle some mayonnaise on top!

Can't make it to the store? Maido! offers online grocery shopping with options for curbside pickup and home delivery!*

We also offer housewares, stationery, and gifts available at the store, and our online store, Maido! Kairashi Shop, where you can place your order for shipping or store pickup!

*Some restrictions may apply.

Happy shopping. :)



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