Rice and Fish Dish

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Recipes of all Nations

By Countess Morphy

Published 1935

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The Japanese are great fish eaters and generally speaking there are always two fish courses at each meal, one of cold fish and one of hot. They like fish baked whole in the oven with a little saké, salt and Shoyu, and garnished with dried mushrooms, soaked in water for ½ an hour, well dried, and cooked in a little butter. They also like steamed or grilled fish, and fried fish is very popular also. Cold rice is eaten with cold fish.