Salmon sashimi is the Japanese version of raw salmon. Like most sushi or sashimi, it’s eaten with chopsticks and dipped into soy sauce.
Salmon sashimi is made from thinly sliced raw salmon, which is often served with a sauce on top. The sauce can be simple soy sauce mixed with wasabi or a sweet ponzu sauce.
Salmon sashimi is light pink in color and has a firm texture that some people enjoy because it’s not soft like tuna or red snapper. It also has more flavor than other types of fish because it’s rich in omega-3 fatty acids.
Some people think that salmon tastes like the ocean when they eat it raw, but others describe its flavor as milder than sea bass or tuna (which have stronger flavors).
Last modified: November 3, 2022