In this corner we show pics of everyday food in Sasebo. Today we have three dinner photos from a typical Sasebo family. Read the menu under the pics.
Above, goya chanpuru is an Okinawan stir fry dish. Since goya, or “super food of Okinawa”, is rich in a number of vitamins and minerals, it is a great recipe for hot summer days. Other than goya, it usually consists of egg, onion, tofu, and pork. It can be seasoned with soy sauce, miso, or broth.
We eat a lot of cold noodles during summer. There are various types of noodles depending on the ingredients and thickness of the noodles. The most popular kind of noodles for this season is called “somen”, which are very thin, less than 1.3 mm in diameter to be exact. They are commonly enjoyed with tsuyu (soy sauce and broth-based soup) dipping sauce.
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