Common Ingredients in Seaweed Salad
If you’ve ever visited a Japanese restaurant, you may have noticed seaweed salad on the menu. The seaweed salad appetizer option can sound unfamiliar to people, but this tasty side dish is more delicious than you might think.
Seaweed salad is typically made with a combination of dried wakame seaweed, rice vinegar, soy sauce, sugar, salt, ginger, sesame seeds, red pepper flakes, mushrooms, and scallions. The dried seaweed is first soaked and drained before it is tossed with the dressing and garnished with sesame seeds and scallions. This healthy dish is extremely popular in Japanese restaurants and sushi bars, is served cold, and comes packed with nutrients and minerals such as fiber and iron.
House of Genji Japanese restaurant offers distinctive and delicious Japanese dining in San Jose. Your experience begins with a serving of refreshing greens followed by your choice of side dishes such as seaweed salad and tempura. To make your Japanese dining reservation, call us today at (408) 453-8120.
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