fish caviar, I highly recommend to do it! The dish turns out very beautiful and delicious, perfect for dinner or even for a holiday feast. Tasty and satisfying. further
Chicken with vegetables in Japanese
If you love Japanese food then this is a terrific dish you’ll love. I spiced the chicken with vegetables noodles: very tasty and unusual. further
Rolls with red caviar
This is delicious rolls with red caviar, crab sticks and cheese “Philadelphia”. If you change your mind to go to a sushi bar, try making the rolls yourself, nothing complex. Very tasty. further
Sushi with squid
Lovers of Japanese cuisine on the note offered a simple sushi with squid and cucumber. The taste is quite delicate and is perfect for a change table. further
Hot rolls at home
Today we will prepare a “winter” that is “hot” roll with smoked salmon. By the end of the roll will be a simple sauce made of mayonnaise, soy sauce and pieces of salmon. further
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About Japanese cuisine
Traditional Japanese cuisine, which is also called “washoku”, almost fully formed until 1868 – the beginning of the era of Westernization. Despite the fact that Japanese food is very original, authentic and specific, many dishes of Japan are well known and outside the Country of the rising sun – for example, sushi, sashimi, tempura and buckwheat soba noodles. Moreover, Japanese food is so interesting and unusual that when visiting the country is perhaps its greatest attraction.
In principle, the cuisine of Japan is based on a combination of just a few basic food – cooked steamed white rice with various second courses. Meals can be accompanied by miso soup or tsukemono – pickles. Ends with a Japanese meal, usually a traditional tea party.
Very interesting way of serving is practiced in the traditional cuisine of this people. Rice is always served in a separate small bowl, most of the dishes or ingredients on a separate. The Japanese don’t like when different foods touch each other on the same plate, because break them in different dishes.
Traditional recipes of Japanese cuisine are characterized, primarily, economical use of meat of mammals, oils, fats and dairy products. Instead, the Japanese actively use soy sauce, miso and umeboshi, which makes the local delicacies quite salty. Since Japan is an island nation surrounded by ocean, since ancient times, people here liked to cook seafood. According to many reputable chefs, the Japanese diet relies mostly on grains with vegetables or seaweeds as main course, a small amount of meat of mammals or poultry, and seafood. The most frequently used ingredients – rice, beans, eggs, flour, fruits, meat, mushrooms, noodles, soy products, vegetables and, of course, seafood.
A very important role in Japanese cuisine takes natural flavours is Dashi, soy sauce, sake, mirin, vinegar, sugar and salt. To remove fish smell when using raw fish used ginger and red pepper. But the garlic the Japanese did not eat at all – so the custom since the days of the Buddhist monks.
As to the method of cooking, a distinguishing feature of Japanese cuisine is a very widely used raw dishes – sashimi. The Japanese do not understand, what for to be heat treated products that are delicious and edible raw. It is believed that the raw food diet is the reason for the longevity and good health of the Japanese. In addition, very popular dishes, grilled or steamed, and pickled in vinegar.
Japanese culinary tradition is also distinguished by a fairly wide list of classic dishes that are considered a real treasure of Japan. However, there are dishes that I love and eat all the Japanese is all kinds of variations of rice with different ingredients, sushi and sashimi, miso soup, tempura (food fried in batter), kushiyaki (something like these skewers) and tonkatsu (pork steak).