Sushi Ebi Peeled Tail on Boiled | Japan | Frozen | 3L
Ebi is one of the most commonly used sushi ingredients in Japanese cuisine. It can be served in a number of ways and more often than not, most people who have ever eaten sushi, have already eaten this, one way or another.
Ebi can be served in a number of ways and these are some of the dishes you’ll find on most Japanese sushi menus using shrimp:
- Tempura: Lightly battered and deep-fried shrimp. Japanese tiger prawns are the most popular seafood used in this recipe.
- Nigiri: A small ball of rice, coated with wasabi, and topped with cooked seafood such as shrimp, on top.
- Maki roll: Seafood, vegetables, and vinegared rice are combined and rolled up into a cylindrical shape inside grilled seaweed nori. Shrimp is commonly used in this dish and can be cooked or served raw.
- Chirashi: A serving of sushi rice in a bowl with raw and cooked vegetables and seafood scattered over the top. Ebi is most commonly used in this dish.
- Sashimi: Thinly sliced raw seafood with shrimp being one of the most commonly used sushi ingredients.