More Than Sushi

October 2008
FoodService Director;10/15/2008, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p50
Trade Publication
The article offers information on dishes and cooking styles that make up Japanese cuisine. Sushi does not have to come in a roll. Only maki sushi is the stereotypical rolled sushi. Other types of rice dishes include domburi, a rice bowl topped with any variety of foods. Nabe dishes are another popular Japanese meal, particular in colder months. Oden is prepared with fish cakes, daikon, boiled eggs and seaweed, boiled in a soy sauce-based broth. Sukiyaki is made with sliced meat, vegetables, mushrooms, tofu and noodles.


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