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Old 03-28-2018, 02:13 AM   #1
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Dogtooth Recipes Anyone?

Since this is a relatively difficult piece of fish to come across there are almost no Google results when you search dogtooth tuna recipes.

Most of my dogtooth has been cooked traditionally here in the south pacific, or made into ceviche. Traditional is throwing whatever pieces of fish into a pot with water, coconut cream, and onions. I could take that or leave it. Ceviche wasn't the best I've had, but it worked out. Raw the fish is delicate and has decent flavor and texture without aging, but again, not the best raw fish I've eaten.

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Old 03-29-2018, 04:33 AM   #2
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Re: Dogtooth Recipes Anyone?

Just a bunch of posers here, or people that don't actually eat their fish?
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Re: Dogtooth Recipes Anyone?

dt tuna is called "white tuna" and get tasted by sharks... without mayonnaise..
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Re: Dogtooth Recipes Anyone?

the right pic!
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Old 03-29-2018, 03:07 PM   #5
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Re: Dogtooth Recipes Anyone?

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dt tuna is called "white tuna" and get tasted by sharks... without mayonnaise..
Yes, iso maguro is still very rare to find in stores. Care to share a recipe?
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Re: Dogtooth Recipes Anyone?

Never had the chance to have dogtooth but how does it come out seared? For yellowfin and blackfin tuna I usually rub in sesame oil and a little salt then apply sesame seeds and sear on high heat in a cast iron skillet. If you have a spicy mayo like a chipotle mayo, rubbing a piece in that and searing can be very good as well. While I like raw tuna, I think a slight sear with a seasoning or sesame seeds can be even better. Worth a try on dogtooth, let us know how it comes out.
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Old 05-07-2018, 09:41 PM   #7
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Never had the chance to have dogtooth but how does it come out seared? For yellowfin and blackfin tuna I usually rub in sesame oil and a little salt then apply sesame seeds and sear on high heat in a cast iron skillet. If you have a spicy mayo like a chipotle mayo, rubbing a piece in that and searing can be very good as well. While I like raw tuna, I think a slight sear with a seasoning or sesame seeds can be even better. Worth a try on dogtooth, let us know how it comes out.
It is a white meat as is evidenced earlier. Never had blackfin. Dont know if the cooking comparison to yellow is valid due to the difference in the meat.

My experience.

The meat is VERY soft. Most sushi stuff needs to age. This was almost too soft for me.

Flavor is generally mild, slight mackerel thing going on in the background. I wouldnt write home about it raw, but lots of people rave. I've had it luke warm off a knife though, so some modest prep probably makes it a world better.

Ceviche. Decent - Id rather use yellowtail.

Had some cooked tongan style which is just boiling it in coconut milk with onions. Add a little salt. Fine. Again, had we been more creative I think its possible we might have unearthed something. I just figured Id give a forum a go.

Final report after eating two smaller dogtooth. Pretty good. Worth shooting. But definitely not the best fish that I have eaten.
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