 Adam Rosengard, a graduate of Rutgers
University School of Law, currently serves as
partner with the Philadelphia-based ...
 - Takoyaki: Served both as a festival snack and
homemade meal, takoyaki are octopus dumplings that
originated from Osaka...
 Kare raisu: Essentially a curry rice dish, kare
raisu is cooked rice and Japanese curry.
Although curry is not often tho...
Popular Japanese Dishes
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Popular Japanese Dishes

Adam Rosengard, a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law, currently serves as partner with the Philadelphia-based firm Rosengard & Moles. When he is not serving clients, Adam Rosengard enjoys cooking and eating a wide range of cuisines, including Japanese food.
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: Food      
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Transcripts - Popular Japanese Dishes

  • 1.  Adam Rosengard, a graduate of Rutgers University School of Law, currently serves as partner with the Philadelphia-based firm Rosengard & Moles. When he is not serving clients, Adam Rosengard enjoys cooking and eating a wide range of cuisines, including Japanese food. Japanese cuisine offers a unique and flavorful blend of both gourmet and everyday foods and dishes. Following are just a few of the more popular dishes found in Japanese cuisine.
  • 2.  - Takoyaki: Served both as a festival snack and homemade meal, takoyaki are octopus dumplings that originated from Osaka. This dish includes a piece of octopus at the center of a fried, light ball of dough, and it is typically topped with fish shavings and mayonnaise along with sweet okonomiyaki sauce. - Onigiri: Also known as rice balls, onigiri are basically cooked rice wrapped in some seaweed. The rice is normally flavored slightly with salt, and many onigiri feature some sort of filling, such as salmon or umeboshi (which is pickled Japanese plum). This dish is an inexpensive snack that is often found in convenience stores, but it can also be ordered in basic restaurants.
  • 3.  Kare raisu: Essentially a curry rice dish, kare raisu is cooked rice and Japanese curry. Although curry is not often thought of as a Japanese dish, the country has developed its own type of curry that is mild with a lot of sauce. Typically found in working-class restaurants and as a common home- cooked dish, kare raisu often contains meats, carrots, and potatoes, making it similar to a stew. It is usually topped with a combination of pickled vegetables.

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