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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 12:45 am    Post subject: Dohyo Menu Reply with quote

Apetaiza (Appetizers):

Gyoza - fried dumplings filled with a mixture of ground pork, cabbage, garlic chives, leek, ginger, salt and pepper, sake, soy sauce, and sesame oil. Served with soy sauce for dipping

Korokke - Japanese croquettes. Served with korokke* sauce and Japanese mayonnaise.
* White Cream Korokke - contains a cream consisting of flour, milk, butter, and corn.
* Meat Potato Korokke - contains either beef or pork, onion, and potato.

Okonomiyaki - a pancake made of flour, eggs and cabbage with a choice of additional ingredients, served with katsuobushi*, nori* seaweed, brown okonoiyaki* sauce, and mayonnaise
* Additional: ground beef, ground pork, chicken, calamari, tuna, prawns, leek, and shiitake mushrooms

Tempura - mixture of carrots, leek, mushroom, and prawn deep fried in a batter

Yakitori - a shish kabob of grilled chicken and leek with a sweetened soy sauce

Tamago-yaki: an egg omlette flavored with sugar and soy sauce. A good breakfast item

Gohan (Entres):

Domburi - bowl of rice with toppings
* Oyakodon - topped with chicken and egg
* Katsudon - topped with tonkatsu*
* Gyudon - topped with beef, onions, and a sauce made from soy sauce and mirin*
* Tendon - topped with tempura* dipped in soy sause
* Unadon - topped with grilled eel in soy sauce
* Chukadon - topped with vegetables, sea food and meat in a thick Chinese-style sauce
* Tekkadon - topped with tuna and nori* seaweed

Nikujaga - fried beef or pork, onions and potatoes which are then boiled with soy sauce, sugar, and benito*

Ramen - thin noodles served in a soup with various toppings
* Shoyu Ramen - soy sauce-based
* Miso Ramen - Miso*-based
* Tonkotsu Ramen - pork-based
* Tanmen - topped with veggies
* Wonton Ramen - topped with Chinese-style meat dumplings

Sashimi - raw sea food served with wasabi*, sliced ginger, and soy sauce.
* Types: tuna, prawn, crab, mackerel, calamari, and octopus.
* Nigirizushi - sea food served on a ball of rice.

Sushi - raw sea food on rice with sushi vinegar served with wasabi*, sliced ginger, and soy sauce
* Types: tuna, shrimp, crab, eel, calamari, octopus
* Nigirizushi - sea food served on a ball of rice
* Gunkanzushi - sea urchin or caviar served in a cup of rice and nori* seaweed
* Norimakizushi - sea food rolled in rice and nori* seaweed
* Temakizushi - sea food rolled into a nori* seaweed cone with rice and vegetables
* Inari - Rice in bags of aburage*
* Chirashizushi - sea food, mushrooms, and vegetables served over rice

Udon - udon noodles in hot udon sauce with toppings
* Kitsune Udon - topped with atsuage*, leek, and naruto*
* Tanuki Udon - topped with tempura*, leek, and naruto*
* Tsukimi Udon - topped with egg yolk, leek, and naruto*

Soba - noodles made from buckwheat flour
* Kitsune Soba - topped with atsuage*, leek, and naruto*
* Tanuki Soba - topped with tempura*, leek, and naruto*
* Tsukimi Soba - topped with egg yolk, leek, and naruto*

Fukushoku (Side Dishes):

Gomaae - side dish of boiled spinach, miso*, sugar, ground sesame, and sake*

Bowl of Rice - comes with soy sauce

Sekihan - mochi* rice with red beans

Mochi* - rice cakes wrapped in nori* seaweed

Zaru Soba - cooled soba* eaten plain with soy sauce

Onigiri - rice ball, wrapped in nori* seaweed with an umeboshi* burried in the center

Wagashi (Deserts):

Daifuku - a dish of three dumplings of azuki* paste wrapped in rice flour dough

Oshiruko - azuki* soup with a melted mochi* rice cake on top. Served with an umeboshi to offset the very sweet taste

Dohyo Dango - Kushi Dango, that is four different dangos on a skewer:
* An-Dango - filled with azuki* paste
* Mitarashi - made with a syrup made from soy sauce, sugar, and starch
* Chichi-Dango - made with coconut
* Goma-Dango - made with sesame

Yokan - azuki* paste, sugar, and agar* cut into small cubes

Yatsuhashi - a cinnamon/sugar joshinko* warpped around azuki* paste

Dohyo Manju - a dish of four manju dumplings. Choose from six different flavors:
* Momo - peach
* Satsumaimo - sweet potato
* Kaki - persimmon
* Ichigo - strawberry
* Ume - plum
* Macha - green tea

Kompeito* - take home a bag full of these colorful sugar candies. They're Taiho's favorite!

Nomimono (Beverages):

Sake - rice wine

Umeshu - sweet plum wine

Tea: Green, Oolong, or Jasmin
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PostPosted: Wed Jan 17, 2007 1:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

For Clarification:

Soy Sauce - a salty brown sauce used in a huge variety of dishes

Sake - a potent alcoholic beverage brewed from rice

Korokke/Tonkatsu/Okonoiyaki Sauce - a thick sauce made from a puree of fruits and vegetables matured with sugar, salt, spices, starch and caramel

Japanese Mayonnaise - a yellow mayonnaise made from rice vinnegar

Katsuobushi/Benito - a dried and smoked tuna

Nori Seaweed - black seaweed that is often used to wrap things. It is the dark material that is often found around sushi

Leek - is very similar to green onion and can be substituted by it. Leek is the more common ingredient in Japanese cuisine

Garlic Chives - a long stalk that tastes a lot like garlic. It can be substituted by garlic, but the chives are the more common ingredient in Japanese cuisine

Tempura - (see Appetizers)

Tonkatsu - a breaded and deep-fried mixture of pork, onions, and egg

Mirin - a sweet rice wine

Miso - soy bean paste

Wasabi - a vivid green root that is grated and made into a paste which is very hot but leaves no stinging after-taste

Sushi vs. Sashimi - they are both raw sea food served in a variety of ways. The distinguishing factor is that sushi contains sushi vinegar while sashimi is plain.

Aburage - deep-fried tofu

Atsuage - baked tofu

Naruto - a white fish "sausage" with a swirly pink center

Udon - thick wheat-based noodles

Soba - (See Entres) thin spaghetti-like buckwheat noodles

Mochi - a glutinous rice that is extremely sticky when cooked. Used in rice cakes especially

Azuki - red beans that are very often made into a sweetened paste and used as filling in deserts

Agar - a jelly-like substance from seaweed

Joshinko - a pliable "sheet" of dough, mostly cinnamon

Kompeito - these small sugar candies come in bright colors and are in a strange lumpy shape that results from the method in which they are created

Umeboshi - a small, sour plum usually stuck inside of a rice ball or served along side a very sweet desert
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