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Japanese Dishes To Try At Japanese Restaurants There is no doubt that teriyaki, sukiyaki and sushi have captured the taste palettes of people and has become one of the most popular foods being eaten in Japan and other Japanese restaurants. But as we proceed in this article, we are going to discuss on other dishes […]

Japanese Dishes To Try At Japanese Restaurants There is no doubt that teriyaki, sukiyaki and sushi have captured the taste palettes of people and has become one of the most popular foods being eaten in Japan and other Japanese restaurants. But as we proceed in this article, we are going to discuss on other dishes that have also captured people’s attention in Japanese cuisine. Number 1. Cold ramen – you will likely get a serving of this in restaurants from May to September. For this dish, the ramen is boiled first and chilled in a cold water. Then after, the ramen is poured to a bowl without broth and at times, it is served over ice cubes or even with some ice cubes in it. A sesame seed sauce or soy sauce based is normally used for cold ramen as well as a quick dash of hot Japanese mustard on the side of bowl to mix with the ramen. The ramen is covered with cold toppings while some other more popular options include eggs, cucumbers, pork or ham. Number 2. Okonomiyaki – this is much more like a giant Japanese pancake but is unique than pancakes that we’re used to eat for breakfast. In Japan, the term okonomi is actually indicating what you like while yaki on the other hand means grilled. Having said that, okonomiyaki comes with 2 different parts which is batter and ingredients added to it. To create the batter, it consists of flour, shredded cabbage and eggs. Ingredients that are added to batter are varying widely and this can be anything from squid, pork, octopus, scallops, clams, oysters, natto, mochi, kimchi, vegetables as well as cheese. And while okomiyaki is typically made and eaten at home, there are also Japanese restaurants that are making it as part of their menu.
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Number 3. Takoyaki – here, the term “yaki” used in takoyaki is also the same yaki used in okonomiyaki. If you check the Japanese to English dictionary, you will soon find out that it’s defined as broil for fish, grill for chicken, bake for bread, roast for pork and do for fish, chicken and meat and host of other definitions.
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Both okonomiyaki and takoyaki are making use of batter. Octopus and several minor ingredients are mixed to the batter, which is then poured to a mold that’ll cook the batter to small balls while heating them evenly. You can think of takoyaki as miniature octopus muffins although, they’re bit heavier to be considered as muffins. When compared to cold ramen and okonomiyaki, takoyaki is not really a meal but is more likely a snack that is mostly enjoyed during festivals.