from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun The roe of flying fish, often used as an ingredient in sushi.
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- noun A nigirizushi (hand-formed
sushi) made with roeof flying fish
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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So for you, the Red Dragon Roll – my favorite combination of tuna and avocado, with the added coolness of the cucumber to counteract the burning spice of the Sriracha sauce, and the crunchy combination of nutty sesame seeds, salty tobiko, and added umami from the fried onions on top.
Ramsay de Give for The Wall Street Journal Here, the ahi tuna tartare with avocado, toasted pine nuts, tobiko and wasabi sauce.
Try two treatments: raw with pickled-ginger granita and wasabi tobiko, and bathed in her rich oyster chowder.
The one with the jalapeno and wasabi tobiko on it was truly fabulous, a "spicy tuna" roll in a completely unique way.
Sprinkle the tobiko, fried onions, and black sesame seeds on top.
This one was an inside-out roll, with piña colada-flavoured fillings and candy “tobiko” sprinkles on the outside.
Lay some cucumber, avocado, and tobiko on top of the sumeshi.
Masago is actually fish eggs, very similar to tobiko but clearer and a bit more expensive.
The little candy sprinkles very closely replicated the crunchy popping texture of real tobiko, so I thought they were an excellent choice to complement the roll.
Could you explain what Srirachia sauce and tobiko is?