Updated: Jun 18
The tradition of making sushi began in Southeast Asia with narezushi, which still exists today. It was then a technique for preserving raw fish. The fish was salted and put in a container with fermented rice, which kept the fish from rotting. And in this article, we will offer you an array of sumptuous Sushi recipes that you can find and order to enjoy on https://www.samuraizwei.ch/. But before proceeding to the recipes, we will glance at the history and the benefits of sushi.
Popular menu : Sashimi
Sashimi is thin slices of raw, fresh fish prepared with care. The Japanese word "shashimi" means "trimmed body". As early as the 15th century, sashimi became a traditional dish of Japanese gastronomy that should not be confused with sushi, preparations made from vinegar rice.
Sashimi is thin slices of raw, fresh fish prepared with care. The Japanese word "sashimi" means "trimmed body." As early as the 15th century, sashimi became a traditional dish of Japanese gastronomy that should not be confused with sushi, preparations made from vinegar rice.
Moreover, the artistic and aesthetic presentation of these pieces of raw fish, the size of a bite, is a great art and the result of a long apprenticeship in Japanese cooking schools. And to cut the fish into more or less thin slices, the experts use a sashimi knife with a very sharp blade that is 30 cm long and 2.5 cm wide.
In Japan and Korea, a spectacular variation of sashimi is even practiced: ikizukuri, which consists of slicing a fish just out of the aquarium and serving it alive with a beating heart. If the criterion of the freshness of the fish is essential for making sashimi which is traditionally eaten using chopsticks with wasabi paste and soy sauce.
Often this sashimi is served as a starter, accompanied by finely grated raw vegetables such as white cabbage, celery, or white turnip, and the recommended drinks to accompany it are green tea, sake, or Japanese beer. It should be noted that fresh or brackish water fish are not suitable for sashimi preparation because their parasite content is much higher than that of deep-sea fish. Indeed, it is exclusively the latter that constitutes the raw material for this choice dish.
So, if you want to try some of the most delicious sushi recipes, all you need to do is to visit Samurai Zwei and have a look at the large array of products that they are offering.
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