Wednesday, June 13, 2018

kamoboko -

Kamaboko ( ?) Is the name for a variety of processed foods from smoothed fish, printed on a piece of wood, and cooked by steaming. Slices of kamaboko can be eaten straight away or used as a complement and ornament of various foods berkuah, such as ramen, soba, or udon.

The dough is placed on a rectangular piece of wood and leveled to a semicircle. The piece of wood that becomes the base of kamaboko is chosen from wood that does not smell when steamed. The dough is often mixed with pink food coloring to be appealing. One kind of kamaboko called Naruto or Naruto-maki, when cut to form a whirlpool patterned slice. Kamaboko who imitate the taste of crabs called kanikama or kanikamaboko.