A lot of people nowadays love experimenting with food. However delicious your native cuisine is, you are bound to want to branch out and try out other types of food. Maybe, you might want to try out the new sushi restaurant bar down the street. Maybe you want to try eating from an entirely different part of the world, and would go for Jamaican Indian food. The options are endless.
Jamaica has people from different cultural backgrounds living there, and they include the Jamaican-Indians. Jamaican Indian cuisine is interesting and worth a taste.
The curry is generally associated with India it is also extremely popular in Jamaica. One of the popular Jamaican Indian dish is curry goat whose popularity makes sense, since goat is really popular in Jamaica. Other well-known Jamaican Indian food includes curry chicken, spicy potato curry, seafood curry and rice and peas.
Lovers of Japanese cuisine would be eager to try out sushi. But what exactly is sushi?
Sushi is a Japanese dish of specially prepared vinegar rice, usually with some sugar or salt. It is combined with a variety of ingredients, which include seafood, vegetables and occasionally tropical fruits. The term sushi literally means sour tasting.
While sushi is usually made of medium-grain white rice, occasionally brown rice is also used. Seafood such as calamari, eel or imitation crab meat is used, though vegetarian varieties also exist. It is often served with pickle ginger, wasabi or soy sauce. Daikon radish is a popular garnish.
Sushi is sometimes confused with sashimi. Sashimi is a related Japanese dish consisting of thinly sliced raw fish or meat, and an optional serving of rice. Sushi rice is the common ingredient in all types of sushi. Types of sushi in Japan include chirashizushi, inarizushi, makizushi, modern narezushi, nigirizushi and oshizushi. A number of new types of sushi have arisen in the Western world, which are seldom found in Japan. They include uramaki, American style Makizushi etc. Condiments like soy sauce and wasabi are often used while consuming sushi. Traditionally, sushi is often served on minimalist Japanese-style, geometric, mono- or duo-tone wood or lacquer plates, in keeping with the aesthetic qualities of this cuisine.
If you feel like trying something new, next time it’s a great idea to check out your nearest sushi restaurant bar. It is bound to be a fulfilling experience for you.