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4 Common Ingredients that will Add Some Heat to Your Sushi

Last updated 5 years ago

Sushi has become a popular food among diners of all ages. That is because this fresh and delicious type of Japanese cuisine offers a wide variety of great flavors, including plenty that pack offer some spice. If you like to spice up your meals, you can find the taste you are looking for at Kabuki Japanese Restaurants. We use an assortment of ingredients that add some extra spicy flavor, including:

  • Jalapeño. This chili pepper is famous for making a number of beloved dishes spicier and more flavorful. Jalapeños may be most commonly associated with Mexican cuisine, but they can also be found in a number of popular appetizers and entrées here at Kabuki Japanese Restaurants. Some of our menu options that feature jalapeños include the yakibuta, mozzarella tempura, yellowtail carpaccio, spicy tuna on crispy rice, and lotus on fire roll.
  • Wasabi. Any time you visit a sushi restaurant, you will likely notice a green paste on the plate next to your sushi. Wasabi, the eye-catching green condiment on the plate, is an essential component in any true sushi dining experience. This paste can enhance the spiciness of a dish and can even be found inside some types of sushi. You should be careful to only add a bit of wasabi at a time.
  • Spicy tuna. Tuna is one of the most popular types of fish found in many different cuisines, and Japanese cuisine is no exception. Many of our sushi options feature tuna, with some featuring the extra special spicy tuna. Order yourself a spicy tuna roll to add more flavor to your meal.
  • Spicy crab. Like tuna, crab is another popular sushi ingredient that comes in both regular and spicy varieties. You can add some heat to your Japanese restaurant experience by ordering a roll that features spicy crab.

Are you ready to order some spicy dishes from a sushi bar? You can experience the taste and spice that sushi can offer for yourself by visiting one of Kabuki’s many fine restaurant locations. Learn more about our sushi restaurant by visiting our website.

 

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