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Nigiri Sushi

Most delicious type of sushi is nigiri sushi dish in Japanese made with sushi rice and fresh fish. The sushi rice is hand made into a small cluster, and the fish is sliced and pressed on top of it. In some cases, nigiri sushi uses a minor strip of toasted seaweed called nori to bind the whole blend together, though this is not compulsory. Nigiri sushi is usually available in all sushi restaurants which have a trustworthy supply of high quality raw fish and well trained sushi chef.

Delicious Nigiri sushi is usually called two varieties sushi because it comprises on two ingredients: sushi rice and a single topping. The topping is named as neta, and usually takes the shape of a type of seafood such as tuna, eel, haddock, shad, snapper, octopus, or shrimp. Depending on the type of fish which one you are using, it may be served uncooked in thin slices, grilled, or batter fried all depend on you and your guest. Because the fish is prominent on display, and often served uncooked, sushi chef select fish of the highest quality and cut it accurately so that it is aesthetically lovely and well to eat.

In many sushi restaurants, nigiri sushi is presented on a combination platter, so that user can try some different types at once. Nigiri sushi is frequently served with other types of sushi such as maki for a taste contrast and to feel good for diners.

Some types of nigiri sushi absorb assorted ingredients, although they are begin added generally alfresco of Japan. Like other types of sushi, nigiri is commonly presented with different types of condiments and sauces. Pickled ginger, wasabi, and soy sauce are all common. It's really easy to make nigiri sushi at home because of its easy recipe you just need to take care of fish, it should be as much fresh as it could be.











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