SEAFOOD FLAVOR CONCEPTS

When it comes to delicious, fish and shellfish make a mouth-watering, decadent meal that consumers love. Add our flavors to your recipe to release a dramatic cloud of aromatic taste.

SEAFOOD FLAVOR CONCEPTS

When it comes to delicious, fish and shellfish make a mouth-watering, decadent meal that consumers love. Add our flavors to your recipe to release a dramatic cloud of aromatic taste.

Flavor Concepts

Seafood

Seafood provides an endless exploration of rich and hearty flavor on a culinary menu. As an example, salmon has five varietals — king (Chinook), coho (silver), sockeye (red), pink (humpy) and chum (dog) — all having unique depths of flavor. Crabs have over 6,000 species, and accompaniments to seafood are infinite as well. Chefs can accentuate fish with lemon, capers and white wine. Or serve grilled conch with a spicy fermented pineapple vinegar (which adds a bright layer of acid to the dish and makes the flavors of the charred seafood explode).

Every culture with a shoreline has their version of a stew using seafood they catch offshore. There’s French bouillabaisse, Portuguese bacaloa (salted cod stew), New England chowder, Goan curry stew and San Francisco cioppino, to name a few. In Brazil, they make moqueca — a stew with fish, onions, garlic, tomatoes, cilantro, and in some areas, coconut milk. Stews provide a flavorful and fragrant meal.

Growing interest in healthy proteins is creating opportunities for seafood to build sales in the US. 57% of Americans describe fish as healthy, ranking above any other characteristic, and well ahead of the 24% who say the same for red meat. New products from startups deliver plant-based fish and shellfish options that are closer in texture and taste to the real thing. 65% of US consumers rank taste as the most important attribute in plant-based proteins.

T. Hasegawa’s seafood flavors allow you to build a seafood alternative – without the need for fishing – that tastes so much like fish that it will be hard to discern the difference.

Flavor Concepts
Seafood Flavors

Flavor Concepts

Miso Glazed Grouper
White miso, honey, and chipotle

Red Snapper
Marinated in olive oil, ginger, garlic, lime juice, lemon, peppercorns and shallot

Tuna
Mango, tamarind, green chile and mint

Halibut
Watermelon salsa (red onion, watermelon, olive oil, cucumber, jalapeno, olives, salt, pepper), balsamic vinegar

Seafood Flavor Concepts