There is a difference between them. For Ebi fly, We use flour, eggs, bread crumbs as a coating before frying. But for Ebi-no-tempra, We don’t use bread crumbs. Then, Fried shrimp is more crispy than tempura.
If you can eat “nattoï¼ç´è±ï¼”, you may as well be a resident in Japan.Â Natto is a fermented soybean.Â It smells like a sulfur, but it is so delicious food.
Usually, we stir it for several dozen times with chopsticks and thoroughly stickiness, then eat it with favorite seasoning. For example with yellow mustard.Â Also, it is extraordinary to eat it with rice.
It smells tasty, not everyone likes it.Â That is the same as Dorian.Â Actually, many Japanese people do not eat natto in the Kansai area.
In addition, since you tend to have a bad breath after eating natto you might as well watch out for the timing to eat it.
“Chanko-nabeï¼ã¡ãããéï¼” is one of Nabe-ryori.
However, there is no official definition of contents and how to make it. Because “Chanko” is a word expressing the meal for sumo wrestlers.Â Therefore “Chanko-nabe” is the food which sumo wrestlers eat daily.
In each sumo-beya, it is traditional that the wrestlers with the lowest rank make it.
The soybean harvested before maturity is Edamame.Â On the other hand, the one that harvested the soybean sprout is called “Moyashi”.
Moyashi is cheaper than other foods. It is used for various dishes. They are suitable for greasy dishes. ThereforeÂ Moyashi is standard as a ingredients ofÂ stir-fryed meat and vegetable and toppings of ramen.