Satay Miso Sea Bass Kit for 4-6

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$159
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This is one of TAO’s most legendary appetizers, as seen on Food Network’s “Best Thing I Ever Ate”! Eight succulent skewers of marinated Chilean Sea Bass are seared and finished to golden perfection in your oven. Serve over wakame seaweed salad and drizzle with TAO’s signature misoyaki (miso teriyaki) sauce.

The now-legendary TAO restaurant launched in October of 2000 in Midtown Manhattan and has since grown to include locations in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, and a second NYC location in the famed Meatpacking District.

Inspired by ingredients from the land, sea and sky; Chef Partner Ralph Scamardella combines culinary elements of China, Japan and Thailand to create a menu packed with bold flavors. Award-winning cuisine and timeless design has made TAO a celebrity favorite for over two decades.

More Details

This package serves 4-6 people and includes everything you need to make 8 Seabass Skewers

  • 8 Skewers of Miso-marinated Chilean Sea Bass
  • 8 oz. Miso Teriyaki Glaze
  • 8 oz. Wakame Seaweed Salad
  • 1 Sheet of Parchment Paper

Ingredients

Satay Bass: Chilean Sea Bass, Miso (Soybeans, Salt, Rice), Sake, Mirin, Sugar. Miso Yaki: Miso (Soybeans, Salt, Rice), Sake, Mirin, Sugar, Teriyaki (Low Sodium Soy Sauce, Sugar, Garlic, Ginger, Corn Starch, Water)
Wakame Seaweed Salad: Seaweed (Wakame) Agar-agar, White Sesame Seeds, Sesame Oil, Sugar, Salt, Vinegar, Red Pepper, Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein (Water, Corn, Soybeans, Wheat)

Instructions / Storage

  • Satay Kit ships with ice packs, may thaw in transit
  • Upon arrival, immediately cook sea bass or store all components in the fridge for 2-3 days
  • The miso teriyaki glaze will keep under refrigeration for up to 1 month

To Serve

  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees
  • Place parchment paper on the cooking tray
  • Remove sea bass from packaging and place on the cooking tray with parchment paper, arrange bass evenly in a line next to each other approximately ½ inch apart
  • Cover the exposed wooden skewers with foil to avoid burning (optional)
  • Cook bass at 400 degrees until hot and cooked through, approximately 10 minutes
  • Remove bass from the oven, and switch oven to broiler mode
  • Brush bass with a nice even coating of miso teriyaki glaze
  • Return pan to the oven on the top shelf under the broiler
  • Cook bass under the broiler for 2-3 minutes until glaze is nicely browned and caramelized, be careful not to burn, but some charred edges are ok
  • Remove from broiler. Place wakame on edge of the plate and arrange on a platter overlapping and drizzle with extra miso teriyaki sauce
  • Enjoy!
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