Hamachi Kama is a yellowtail’s collar which is right above its gills and below their head. This part of the fish is very juicy as it is one of the fattiest parts. It is a good source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins.
To be kept frozen.
Best broiled or grilled until the inside is cooked and the skin is crispy.
What is the difference between Hamachi and Buri fish?
Both of them are yellowtails but are different in the age of when they are prepared. Hamachi fish are young yellowtails where Buri fishes are adult yellowtails.
What are the benefits of eating Hamachi Kama?
Eating Hamachi fillet can be ideal for someone who is on a diet and/or exercises frequently. Its abundance of protein makes it good for cell and muscle repair. The omega-3 fatty acids maintains brain and heart health.
Grilled Yellowtail Collar
- Hamachi Kama