Oden Glossary
*atsu-age:
厚揚
fried tofu
blocks
*chikuwa:
ちくわ
tubular fish
cakes
*chikuwabu:
ちくわぶ/ちくわ麩
tubular wheat-
gluten cakes
*daikon:
だいこん/大根
chunks of
Japanese radish
*fuku-bukuro:
福袋
fried tofu bag
filled with
chopped
vegetables
*fukuro:

fried tofu bag
filled with
chopped
vegetables
*ganmodoki:
がんもどき
fried tofu
patties with
bits of
vegetables
*geso-maki:
げそ巻
squid tentacles
wrapped in fish
cake
*goboo:
ごぼう
burdock root
*goboo-maki:
ごぼう巻
strips of
burdock root
*gyouza:
餃子
Chinese-style
dumplings
*gyuusuji:
牛すじ
stewed beef
tendons
*hanpen:
はんぺん/半ぺん
puffy white fish
cakes made with
yam
*ika:
いか
squid
*ika-maki:
いか巻
baby squid
wrapped in fish
cake
*jagaimo:
じゃがいも
potato
*kon'nyaku:
こんにゃく
transluscent
blocks of
devil's tongue
starch
*konbu-maki:
昆布巻、こんぶ巻
kelp (rolled and
tied into a
knot)
*mochiiri
kinchaku:
餅入りきんちゃく
mochi (pounded
rice cake)
wrapped in a
tofu pouch
*musubi konbu:
結び昆布、結びこんぶ
kelp sheets,
rolled up and
tied in small
knots
*musubi
shirataki:
結び白滝
bundles of
transluscent
kon'nyaku
noodles
*oden:
おでん
fish cakes and
vegetables
simmered in
broth
*oden moriawase:
おでん盛り合わせ
preselected
assortment of
oden items
*rooru kyabetsu:
ロールキャベツ
cabbage rolls
*satsuma-age:
さつまあげ/さつま揚
fried fish cakes
*shirataki:
しらたき/白滝
bundles of
transluscent
kon'nyaku
noodles
*suji:
すじ
steamed fish
cake made from
shark
*tako:
タコ、たこ
octopus
*tako booru:
タコボール
octopus balls
*tamago:
たまご/玉子
hard-boiled eggs
*tsubugai:
つぶ貝
Japanese
tsubugai
shellfish
*tsukune:
つくね
chicken (or
duck) meatballs
*tsumire:
つみれ
fish balls made
from sardines or
similar fish
*uinnaa:
ウインナー
cocktail sausage
*uzura tamago:
うずら/うずら(玉子)
hard-boiled
quail eggs
*yaki-chikuwa:
焼ちくわ
tubular fish
cakes, grilled
*yaki-doofu:
焼どうふ
grilled tofu
*yaki-tsukune:
焼つくね
grilled chicken
meatballs
Copyright (c)
2001 Lobster
Enterprises.
Used with
permission.

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