Sushi species
Author:Admin    Published in:2019-08-26 12:27  
Sushi is one of the most famous Japanese dishes. Today, let's take a look at the different types of sushi.
Maki-zushi: the most common type of sushi is a layer of nori (seaweed) on top of a small bamboo curtain, followed by a layer of rice with toppings in the middle, rolled up into long rolls and cut into small pieces.
Futo-maki, or maki, is a type of maki with a longer diameter, usually with several ingredients.
A hoso-maki, as the name suggests, is thin and usually contains only one ingredient.
Te-maki, or hand-roll, is a cone of sushi (similar to an ice cream cone) that is difficult to carry with chopsticks, so it is usually eaten with the hands.
Ura-maki (ura-maki), which in turn wraps the most central ingredient in nori, followed by rice. The outermost sprinkle a layer or sesame seeds, fish seeds, crab seeds and so on.
Gunkan-maki roll, rice oblong in nori shape, toppings on top.
Sushi (oshi-zushi), also known as wooden bar sushi or overnight sushi, is mainly popular in kansai, Japan, is a small wooden box with long (charge box) to assist the production of sushi. The makers spread the ingredients on the bottom of the container, put rice on top and then forced the lid down. The sushi is square and cut into bite-sized pieces.
Nigiri-zushi, or Japanese sushi, is made by hand to form chunks of rice, coated with wasabi, and topped with toppings. Depending on the type of ingredient, a piece of nori is sometimes used to bind the two together. In Japan, the word "sushi" is often used to refer to sushi without explanation.
Inari-zushi, "inari-zushi," is a type of sushi that is served with rice. Common ingredients are Fried bean curd skin, Fried eggs, Korean cabbage (broccoli) and so on.
Edomaechirashi-zushi, commonly found in the kanto region, is sprinkled over rice served in bowls.