Yakiudon are thick, smooth, white Japanese Noodles eaten with a special sauce, meat and vegetables. It is simple and fresh to make and a popular dish in Japan. Continue reading
A fat roll filled with rice, Futo Maki is one of the most colorful sushi there is. The word “Futo” means “Fat” in Japanese, which indicates that the sushi is stuffed with sweetened cooked egg, pickled gourd, and bits of vegetables and delightful taste.
Suzuki (sea bass): Suzuki is a Japanese fish without an exact equivalent in America. Various fish that fall into the sea bass category are served as suzuki here. Sea bass have shiny white flesh with an easily recognizable broad-flaked structure and a mild flavor. The sea bass season in U.S. waters is limited to the summer months, and many sushi bars offer it only then, when it is available fresh. You may also encounter it flown in frozen from Japan.
Like hirame, suzuki makes an elegant paper-thin sashimi, suzuki usu zukuri, which is as pleasant to pronounce as it is to eat. Suzuki sashimi is often served with ponzu, a lemony soy sauce, or served in the summertime on a bed of ice cubes with tangy shiso leaf and a scattering of red pepper flakes.”
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