Sushi is cooked vinegar rice which is normally topped along with other ingredients like fish or other seafood and put into rolls. Sliced raw fish is called sashimi and not similar from sushi. Makizushi is a sushi serve up rolled inside or around dried and pressed layer sheets of seaweeds or nori. Inarizushi are toppings stuffed into a small pouch of fried tofu. Chirashi-zushi are toppings served over a bowl of sushi rice.
Sushi rice is the common ingredient to all kinds of sushi. The variety in sushi food takes place from the various fillings and toppings, condiments and the manner these ingredients are mixed. The same ingredients bring together in a contemporary way, producing a extremely dissimilar outcome.
Types of Sushi:
* Nigirizushi Makizushi
* Western sushi
The major ingredients of conventional Japanese sushi, raw fish and rice, are low in fat, high in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals because most seafood is low in fat in nature generally rich in unsaturated Omega-3 fat. And because sushi is normally served raw, there’s no cooking fat is used in the process. Fish, tofu, seafood, egg, and many other sushi fillings include high levels of protein. Vitamins and minerals are found in seafood and vegetables used for sushi menu. The ingredients used to make sushi such as gari and nori are both rich in nutrients. While carbohydrates are found in rice and the vegetables.
So, what are you waiting for? Taste these healthy sushi foods in various sushi bars and restaurants all across the Islands.
And great news! This delectable sushi can be found at Hanapaa Sushi Co. You will never regret it because we only use high quality Koshihikari rice and the selection of our seafood and nori. Try now and get all the health benefits from this amazing food called sushi.