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Tsukudani and Osouzai


Tsukudani and Osouzai

Tsukudani
Tsukudani refers to preserved food of which the ingredients are simmered in a salty-sweet sauce made of soy sauce, mirin, sake, and sugar. The liquid is cooked down until fully absorbed.
Osouzai
Osouzai (pronounced o-so-zai) essentially means side dishes. A normal Japanese household will make a few osouzai (or okazu), dishes that accompany rice and soup.

Ha Wasabi Nori (Wasabi Seaweed)
Ha Wasabi Nori (Wasabi Seaweed)
Iwa Nori Fu-mi (Iwa nori Flavor Tsukudani)
Iwa Nori Fu-mi (Iwa nori Flavor Tsukudani)
Tokkyu Wasabi zuke
Tokkyu Wasabi zuke
Komochi Kikurage
Komochi Kikurage
Gyu-suji Miso Nikomi Hakone(Beef tendon stewed in miso (Hakonji)
Gyu-suji Miso Nikomi Hakone(Beef tendon stewed in miso (Hakonji)
Stewed Beef Tenderloin
Stewed Beef Tenderloin