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Free video about Japanese Sushi in Singapore. This free video was created for you by and can be used for free under the creative commons license with the attribution of epSos.de as the original author of this Japanese Sushi in Singapore video.Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !!Sushi is a Japanese dish of erkaltetem, vinegared rice , supplemented with additional ingredients such as raw or smoked fish , raw seafood , nori, vegetables , Tofuvarianten and egg. The compilation varies by type and recipe. Sushi is served attractively prepared in bite-sized pieces. Sushi is not originally Japanese dish, but has its origin in a preservation method for freshwater fish that from the residents along the Southeast Asian river Mekong. A Japanese government document mentions Sushi in the year 718 until the end of the 9th century, it was mainly in Japan freshwater fish which has been preserved in this way. The present form of Sushi originated in Tokyo, where could also afford more people the more expensive fresh sea fish from about the 18th century, which was also offered at the port with rice. This is today as nigiri sushi known. The development towards a modern sushi was completed in the early 20th century, but even today Japanese chefs experiment with new variants.In Western countries, Sushi became popular during the second half of the 20th century. The first sushi restaurants in the West aimed primarily from an expatriate Japanese clientele. According to current knowledge, the first sushi bar opened in 1966 in the Japanese restaurant Kawafuku in Little Tokyo , Los Angeles. The opening was an idea of the Japanese-American artist Noritoshi Kanai, who worked for the Mutual Trading Company in exports Japan-USA. Noritoshi Kanai was a traditionally trained sushi chef convince to settle in Los Angeles and there to answer this bar. The procurement of suitable fish for sushi preparation presented initially as a problem dar. Noritoshi Kanai had fresh goods mainly from Tokyo.Usually rice subspecies for the preparation of sushi is japonica used has good adhesive properties. From this subspecies is a number of different varieties on the market. Normal-priced sushi restaurants often use a medium-grained variety, in which the single grain of rice is two to three times as long as wide. Although this rice is not optimal for making sushi because it can be shaped less good, but it is cheaper than the more suitable varieties for which the rice grain is round. The prized for making sushi variety is Koshihikari. Cooked rice grains of this variety have a denser and firmer structure than the other varieties.In addition to the traditional method of preparation of rice is also industrially precooked and either delivered as rice mass in large containers or as a pre-rice rectangles for supermarkets, hotels, catering companies and sushi restaurants. The latter need only be shown before the sale to the end customer. In the supermarket offered sushi plates are usually up to three days if stored. However, no raw untreated fish is used for it, but usually smoked salmon, cooked shrimp or surimi. Meanwhile Sushi is also available as frozen product is thawed before consumption.The traditional way to eat sushi in Japan is different from the usual in Western countries consuming manner. However, the way consumption in Japan is undergoing change, since Sushi has also developed here at a fast food outlet. Traditionally, sushi is eaten in Japan out of hand.Wasabi and soy sauce are not mixed together in the rule, but used separately to flavor each sushi. In sushi restaurants, upscale sushi chef seasons the individual Sushi already so that it no longer needs to be spiced with wasabi by the customer. With the soy sauce drizzled the guest of nigiri sushi, either individually or dips the fish side into the sauce – no way but the rice side – as is often the case in Germany.Usually a sushi meal Sushi from different variants. Although there are no rules about the order of consumption exist, one often begins with an omelette as a topping, it follow-fat fish with white meat and acidified fish such as herring and mackerel. A popular dish at Sushi is the miso soup , which is served as an appetizer; popular drinks for sushi are beer and Green Tea. Sushi is not bitten off, but out in a piece in his mouth. In Western countries, however, it is become customary to eat sushi with chopsticks. This makes it necessary for a sushi chef, the individual rollers to roll much tighter.Thank you for supporting the creative commons movement !!
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