Recipe Ebi Sashimi (Japanese Sliced Raw Live Shrimp or Prawn, Served with Soy Sauce Dip)

I really love Japanese food, and I found this article on one of my blog feeds and thought it was a nice change to add. I don’t know if I feel safe about eating raw shrimp that I would buy straight out of the supermarket, but I wouldn’t mind ordering this at a sushi restaurant! I hope you enjoy this post!

DENTIST CHEF

recipe raw prawn sashimi live shrimp japanese ebi sashimiEbi Sashimi ( Japanese Style Sliced Raw Prawn or Shrimp)

Homemade Ebi Sashimi is a Japanese simple dish consisting thinly sliced of very fresh raw flesh from live shrimp or prawn.  Sashimi lloterrary means “pierced meat”,. The preparation of ebi or prawn sashimi is quite simple, no need of cooking, just a chef’s knive skills involved. The live shrimp or prawn used to be prepared just before serving, even it’s ususally prepared by sushi chef right infront of the hungry customers. The chef twist the body of the prawn to separate it from the head, devein, cleaned, sliced  and then served, that’s it!. Most of you may think it’s sounds icky, but i’m pretty sure that i had a pretty high standard of taste buds,  you should try give it a try first!, don’t overthink and then you’ll gonna love it. I love eating raw prawn, shrimp or lobster, if…

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2 thoughts on “Recipe Ebi Sashimi (Japanese Sliced Raw Live Shrimp or Prawn, Served with Soy Sauce Dip)

  1. Thankyou for reblogging my post, i hope you enjoying the article and try it once you’ve got a chance…
    Cheers!!
    Dedy@Dentist Chef

    • haha i think i’m a little too nervous to try raw shrimp, especially since i’m not sure where the shrimp is coming from. But maybe if i go to Japan I might! Thanks for posting and stopping by!

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