Monday, May 27, 2013

Japanese food ~33~ Furikake ふりかけ

  When you eat rice, you would need some side dishes.
Because, the taste of rice is so simple. Actually, there is no any tastes.
(But if you bite many times, rice gets sweet just a little bit.)
  If you can't prepare for nice side dishes, it's good way to
put on furikake on rice.
The left side is maguro(tuna) taste. The right side is wasabi taste.
Wasabi is Japanese horseradish. It's spicy.
Furikake is convenient.

2 comments:

Shantal ForSD said...

Interesting that rice goes almost eith everything. In Bulgaria, we "modify" the rice dish during cooking. We make different dishes, adding tomatoes or tomatoe juice; or spinach; or green peas or other stuff like that - it is usually last minute add - just to change the flavor a bit.

In Denmark, potatoes are more popular then rice, I think.

marimari said...

To Shantal ForSD

We don't usually modify the rice.
Acutually, there is such dishes,
called "cha han". It's Chinese style.
I have heard that rice doesn't
have any taste. So people don't
get bored. We enjoy rice with
various kinds of side dishes.