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Nanbanzuke or nanban-zuke (Japanese: 南蛮漬け, literally "southern barbarian pickle") is a Japanese fish dish. To prepare it, the fish (often Japanese jack mackerel or Wakasagi smelt) is first fried, then marinated in vinegar and other ingredients.
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