Grilled Salmon Fins is a simple dish of salmon fins quickly grilled then coated with a sauce prepared with soy sauce, ginger and sugar.
I am not sure if this specific cut of salmon is sold in the country you live in but in New Zealand this is quite popular in Asian shops and even some supermarkets started selling them. Salmon fins basically is the bottom fin of the salmon removed during the filleting process, the fins are attached to a thumb sized fatty salmon belly and this is where the magic happens, basically the chicken wing of the sea. Apart from the fin and the cartilage that is attached to it, everything in this part is edible, the skin which turns crispy when grilled, then the subcutaneous fat which is gelatinous, then the meat itself with is a bite full, clean tasting and filled with umami what’s even better this thing is loaded with Omega-3 fatty acids so drop those fish oil capsules and enjoy what you put in your mouth.
So, if this cut happened to show up in your supermarket, soup is not the only way to prepare them but grilling it can be another option like our post today where salmon fins are quickly grilled then coated with a sauce prepared with soy sauce, ginger and sugar.