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3 món ăn truyền thống Osaka khiến thực khách mê mẩn

Thưởng thức ẩm thực Osaka là một trong những trải nghiệm mà bạn không nên bỏ lỡ khi có cơ hội khám phá thành phố này. Tuy nhiên nếu chưa biết đâu là những món ngon nên thử thì udon-suki, fugu chiri hay udon kutsune sẽ là các gợi ý hàng đầu.
Bên cạnh thiên nhiên hay văn hoá, lịch sử, ẩm thực Osaka là một trong những điểm nhấn giúp thành phố này trở nên hấp dẫn và thu hút hơn trong mắt du khách. Ghé thăm nơi đây bạn có thể tìm thấy vô số lựa chọn ăn uống dành cho mình. Nhưng lý tưởng hơn cả có lẽ vẫn là 3 món ăn truyền thống Osaka khiến thực khách mê mẩn như: udon-suki, udon kutsune hay fugu chiri.
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1. Udon-suki
Udon-suki là một món lẩu khá nổi tiếng của Osaka với sự kết hợp từ mì udon và một loạt các nguyên liệu khác như: tôm sú, mực, gà, đậu phụ, lươn conger, nghêu hamaguri, thịt lợn, cá hồi, nấm shiitek và negi. Nước dùng trong món ăn thường có hương vị miso ngọt và mặn, mirin, dashi và nước tương đặc trưng. Là một món lẩu thơm ngon lại bổ dưỡng, udon-suki cũng được dùng phổ biến nhất trong những ngày mùa đông.

Mì udon-suki thường được nấu từ nhiều nguyên liệu đa dạng và giàu dinh dưỡng
2. Fugu chiri
Còn được gọi là tetchiri và chế biến theo kiểu lẩu, Fugu chiri là món ăn nổi tiếng trong ẩm thực ở Osaka nói riêng và Nhật Bản nói chung. Về cơ bản, nguyên liệu để làm món ăn này là fugu, một loài cá nóc kịch độc nhưng vô cùng bổ dưỡng và đắt đỏ, cùng với các loại rau như bắp cải, nấm và tỏi tây. Món ăn thường được nhúng trực tiếp trên bàn và chấm cùng nước tương khi thưởng thức để tăng hương vị.
Fugu chiri – Một trong những món ăn truyền thống nổi tiếng của ẩm thực Osaka
3. Udon Kitsune
Đây cũng là một loại udon nổi tiếng của Nhật Bản và được cho là có nguồn gốc từ Osaka vào thế kỷ 19. Món ăn sẽ bao gồm mì udon dày được phục vụ trong nước dùng dashi thơm ngon, sau đó phủ lên trên bằng đậu phụ thái lát hoặc đã chiên giòn gọi là aburaage. Món ăn này hiện được bán rất phổ biến ở Osaka cũng như các nhà hàng udon truyền thống của Nhật Bản.
Trên mỗi bát Udon Kitsune thường có một miếng đậu phụ thái lát hoặc chiên giòn
Trên đây mới chỉ là 3 món ăn truyền thống của ẩm thực Osaka mà bạn có thể thưởng thức. Nếu có nhiều thời gian hơn nữa để khám phá nơi đây, du khách còn tìm thấy hàng loạt món ăn đầy hấp dẫn và độc đáo khác. Để được hỗ trợ đặt vé máy bay đi Osaka ngay từ bây giờ, hãy liên hệ đến các văn phòng vé China Airways gần nhất nhé!
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