what is tori no renjinseeji?

neveth
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I got a Japanese cooking magazine for the bento stuff in it (magazine is called "renusuhurabu", I think, blocky katakana throws me)

I can't really read much Japanese, but I can recognize the characters and the pictures work - but there was one thing called "tori no renjinseeji" (I may have the spaces wrong). It kind of looks like sort of hot-dog shaped rolls of ground chicken? or something, I don't know. Help? What is it?

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Re: what is tori no renjinseeji?

I'm not sure what the renjinseeji part is. Can you write it out in kana, or even scan or take a pic of the page? 'tori no' means it's chicken. I'm guessing renji something means it's cooked in the microwave. But the rest of renjinseeji doesn't make sense.

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Re: what is tori no renjinseeji?

Oh actually, I see what it is now. You probably mistook the katakana ソ (so) for ン (n) ! So it must be とりのレンジソーセージ - tori no renji sou-seeji - microwave chicken sausage. I am guessing it's like ground chicken with seasonings wrapped in cling film and microwaved, or something like that.

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Re: what is tori no renjinseeji?

Ah-ha! Innnteresting!

Thank you! I am so bad at katakana, it all looks alike!

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Re: what is tori no renjinseeji?

リンジンーセージ

I can't get a pic of it to come out, it's on a patterned background and that screws up my camera. No working scanner alas.

Okay, so it is chicken. Weird. The picture shows someone rolling the chicken up in saran wrap to make the shape, I guess.

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