Suzuhiro, celebrating Japan`s culinary traditions

Handred is a website/ celebrating the tradition and art of Japanese handmade goods. On the website soy sauce, miso, sake, vinegar, and Suzuhiro Kamaboko are featured. Sake, soy sauce, vinegar, mirin, kamaboko, and tea.“HANDRED” is a group formed by six craftsmen of these traditional Japanese foods. The name “HANDRED” is derived from the fact that …

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Kamaboko as Tasty Protein: “and CURRY” Yukina Abe’s fried kamaboko rice with cumin flavor

Rice Balls are known as onigiri in Japanese. Onigiri can come in different shapes and hundreds of different flavors. They are often found in the shape of a triangle with a bit of seaweed wrapping. The onigiri is a staple of Japanese life; eaten throughout life, at different times. Traditional flavors of the onigiri include …

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5 Kamaboko Sushi Ideas by Chef Fumio Sawase of Restaurant Chowaro

Sushi is the quintessential Japanese dish known the world over. The beauty and appeal lays in the complexity of flavors, levels of quality, and culinary artistry in such a simple idea as “fish on rice.” The history of sushi is quite interesting. Originally, the word “sushi” referred to a dish of vinegared rice with different …

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Omochi & Kamaboko Pinchos

The Omochi x Kamaboko "Kamaboko Pinchos" by Lina Kawase Kamaboko pinchos, like hand-rolled sushi, have a variety of foods placed on or sandwiched with kamaboko to arrange it according to your taste. Now that we are spending more time at home, we wanted to experience "Kamaboko Pinchos" at home. I thought about a recipe for …

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