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Dish of the Day: Salmon Sashimi Salad

Dish of the Day: Salmon Sashimi Salad

If you think that salad can only be found in Western breakfast or appetiser, then you should fact check again. Japanese loves to make salads as well, in fact, they have a lot of different types of salads made by different ingredients.

While most of the salad we have eaten are usually consists of chicken breasts or avocado or smoked duck, Japanese loves their source of protein from fish. Salmon Sashimi Salad has to be the best salad in Japanese cuisine.

Of course, other than purely salmon, you may add in any types of vegetables or nuts you like. Usually, Japanese will add in Edamame, which is a type of green beans, sliced carrots, Japanese cucumbers for the crunchiness, lettuce, salmon sashimi, and if you want more choices, you may add in Maguro sashimi as well, which is tuna.

As for the salad dressings, you may choose to eat them on its own, or create a mixture of mirin, honey, soy sauce, sesame oil, salt and pepper, this amazing sauce is simple and healthy, you do not need much work to prepare this meal.

Why Salmon Sashimi?

First of all, in case you have not yet known, sashimi is filled with good and healthy fats. Especially for salmon, with its high Omega-3 fatty acids, the fats from salmon is healthy for our body and it is definitely a good idea to add that into our nutrition.

The nutritious value of salmon sashimi can help to lower blood pressure, thus decreasing the chances or percentage of stroke. Other than that, in case you are wondering, salmon and tuna have a lower percentage of saturated fats compared to other types of meat such as chicken, beef, pork, lamb or venison.

For diet lovers, this is good news for you. Salmon sashimi has fewer calories. To put in this way, actually sashimi, in general, is mostly lower in its calorie count. This is because it has no carbohydrates as there is no rice involved. This is the best choice for people who are on low-carb or no-carb diets, and you will still be able to fill your belly.

Since salmon is fish, it has a high source of protein, this s crucial for people who is going through muscles growth and energy, especially for adolescents and young adults. Plus, salmon has known to reduce the risk of heart disease. Since it is not high in saturated fats and cholesterol, the chances of getting heart diseases is of course, drastically decreased.

Furthermore, salmon offers tons of vitamins and minerals which is essential for our health. These include niacin, selenium, magnesium, phosphorous and Vitamins B. All these minerals are not easily found in any types of vegetables, so salmon sashimi is a good choice of nutrition.

Where To Find Salmon Sushi Salad?

If you have ingredients in your fridge, why not try to make this on your own? However, be sure to get a cured raw salmon beforehand, and make sure it is really fresh. You would not want to risk eating dangerous bacteria from your unclean raw salmon.

If you would like to know which restaurants to get this amazing dish, check out these Japanese restaurants around your area that might satisfy your cravings! These include restaurants below:

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Article Written By Anna

Anna is an absolute foodie, and lives by the motto that food is happiness. She is a writer by day and a gamer by night. She believes that good food comes from all over and is constantly amazed by the passion and dedication it takes to make food that warms the soul.

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