How to make Miso Sablefish with Apple Daikon salad – Chef Wayne Sych

Executive Chef Wayne Sych shows his recipe for delicious Miso Sablefish with Apple Daikon salad.

Wayne is currently Executive Chef – Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House in Vancouver. He is the Former Executive Chef – The Cannery Seafood Restaurant and The Fish House in Stanley Park, and is also a Chef Instructor.

Thanks very much Chef for allowing me to share this cooking class with you!

Please follow Chef Wayne Sych on Twitter at: @chefwaynesych


4 x 7oz Sablefish filets skin on
2 tbsp Vegetable oil
1 Green onion sliced

For the Sake Miso Glaze
100 ml Miso paste
60 ml Sugar
30 ml Sake
30 ml Mirin

For the Apple Daikon Salad
120 ml mayonnaise
5 ml Dijon mustard
7.5 tsp lemon juice
15 ml white miso
5 ml grated lemon peel
2.5 ml sesame oil
2 each apples, cored and cut into ¼ -inch dice
1 stalk celery hearts, cut into ¼ -inch dice
60 ml daikon radish, peeled and cut into ¼ -inch dice
30 ml thinly sliced green onions
5 ml sesame seeds, toasted

This video was recorded at the Well Seasoned Gourmet Food Store teaching kitchen in Langley BC Canada. For upcoming cooking classes and more, please visit Well Seasoned at:
and follow them on twitter at: @WellSeasoned1

Videography by Geoff Peters from Birds in the House Productions

Special thank you to Angie Quaale, owner of Well Seasoned in Langley – the teaching kitchen and store full of specialty ingredients that offers culinary inspiration: @AngieQuaale

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P.S. for a great meal and dining experience in Vancouver, check out Joe Fortes Seafood and Chop House in Vancouver at:
777 Thurlow Street, Vancouver BC, Canada

Thanks for watching!

Technical notes:
Camera: Sony Cybershot RX100 Mk2
Audio recorded using a Sennheiser ME2 lavalier microphone and a Zoom H1.
Audio processed in Audacity.
Video edited using Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5 on a Windows 7 Dell PC (Intel i7 and USB 3.0 for a faster workflow).

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