Popular Types Of Sashimi
- Jul 06, 2017 -
Sashimi is thinly sliced, raw food. It is one of the most famous dishes in the Japanese cuisine. Seafood is most commonly eaten as sashimi, but other types of meats (such as beef, horse and deer) and foods (such as yuba tofu skin and konnyaku) can also be served as sashimi. Some people confuse sashimi with sushi. Unlike sashimi, sushi includes vinegared rice.
Most types of sashimi are seasoned with soy sauce by dipping each piece into a small dish of soy sauce before eating it. It is usually the diners' responsibility to fill the small dishes with soy sauce, and it is good manner to pour only as much soy sauce as needed.
If you like, you can add a little bit of wasabi in the soy sauce, or eat sashimi with ginger slice.
Now let's look at the common types:
Hokkigai (Surf Clam)
Uni (Sea Urchin)
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