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Sushi, Sashimi and Tempura Prepared at Japanese Restaurants in Tampa FL
by: Chris Lontok





There are a number of Japanese restaurants and sushi bars in Tampa FL. This is proof that Japanese food is very much in demand among residents. When people go out to eat, they choose Japanese food a lot of times. Among the favorites are nigiri sushi, makimono sushi, sashimi and tempura. Wouldn’t you want to know how these are prepared at Japanese restaurants and sushi bars in Tampa FL?

Tempura is perhaps the most universally liked Japanese dish. It is made of a variety of seafood like prawns, shrimps, fish fillet, squid, scallops and crabmeat, and vegetables like eggplant, okra, mushrooms, sweet potato, yam, squash, bell pepper, carrot and green beans. These are dunked in a special chilled light batter then deep fried. Genuine tempura is always airy and crispy. It should not be oily, heavy and soggy. Tempura pieces should be eaten immediately upon serving, dipped in a sauce made from dashi or broth, mirin or rice wine, shoyu or soy sauce and wasabi paste.

Sashimi takes some getting used to especially for those with unadventurous palates because it is made of nothing more than the freshest raw seafood. Sashimi chefs use the sharpest knives to skillfully slice salmon, tuna, mackerel, yellowtail, shrimp, squid, sea urchin and scallops and present them artfully in Japanese restaurants. Connoisseurs attest to their delicate sweetness even when dipped in shoyu or soy sauce with wasabi paste. It may be an acquired taste but many people can not forget sashimi and continue to crave it after the first taste. In fact, sashimi is already a favorite around the world.

Sushi is also often topped or filled with raw seafood. In fact the same raw seafood used for sashimi is also used as sushi toppings or fillings. Sushi, however, is mostly made of cooked Japanese rice flavored with Japanese vinegar and wasabi paste. The popularity of this dish is proven by the proliferation of sushi restaurants and sushi bars not only in Tampa FL but all over the world.

The two main styles of sushi are nigiri sushi and makimono sushi. Nigiri sushi is presented as an oval mound of cooked Japanese rice flavored with vinegar and a swab of wasabi paste, topped with one or more ingredients, either raw or cooked. Toppings that are loose, such as raw fish roe, may be kept in by strips of nori or dried seaweed. In makimono sushi the toppings are used as fillings instead. These can be rolled with the cooked Japanese rice flavored with vinegar and swabbed with wasabi paste on a sheet of nori, resulting in a log that is then sliced into thick coins. Makimono sushi can also be presented as temaki. In this case, the vinegared rice and fillings are put into a rolled cone of nori. All these various styles of sushi may be ordered from sushi restaurants and sushi bars in Tampa FL.

Now that you know how nigiri sushi, makimono sushi, sashimi and tempura are prepared in Japanese Restaurants and sushi bars Tampa FL, you will most probably crave for them even more.

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