Homemade Sushi: Tips, Tricks, and Toppings! - Peas and Crayons (2022)

An easy-to-follow homemade sushi tutorial with lots of tips, tricks, and photos to help you roll like a pro along with sushi roll and sauce recipes galore!

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It’s about time, right?!

Homemade Sushi: Tips, Tricks, and Toppings

Let’s dive right in! It may seem like a lot to buy at first, but most of the ingredients turn into staples [like sriracha + sesame seeds] and non perishables like nori, sushi rice, and vinegar will last a ridiculously long time in your pantry. You’ll end up with 4-6 sushi dinners for the price of one at a restaurant. But above all else, it’s really fun! Invite a few friends over and go nuts.

As a bonus, this is one of the few times it’s socially acceptable to say “Here’s everything you need, now make your own dinner!”Set out all your ingredients and let your friends & family create their own rolls!

I’ll walk you through each step in the post and then include a printable cheat sheet at the end to make your new sushi adventure even easier!

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Don’t get intimidated – rolling sushi is 100x easier than it looks! Your rolls might not come out 5-star restaurant worthy on the first try but it won’t be long before you’re creations are so pretty you’ll want to instagram them!

homemade sushi staples:

  • sushi rice (Nishiki is my brand of choice!)
  • a bamboo mat (example)
  • plastic wrap
  • nori (seaweed sheets)
  • low-sodium soy sauce
  • toasted sesame seeds and/or chia seeds
  • sriracha chili sauce
  • wasabi +pickled ginger (optional but yummy!)

You can pick up your staples at your local asian food market or in your grocery store’s international food aisle. Nearly every store I’ve been to carries all the above ingredients and some even arrange them next to the store-made sushi for easy stock-up! Sweet!

Once you have your pantry staples, all you’ll need is some fresh produce!

Some of my favorite veggies for homemade sushi rolls:

  • cucumber
  • avocado
  • asparagus
  • jalapeño
  • green onion
  • carrots
  • yuca
  • sprouts
  • lettuce
  • bell peppers
  • red onion
  • radish
  • sweet potato

Fruit-wise, pineapple, mango, apple and pear are all insanely good.

As for protein options? Anything you’d like! I typically use shrimp tempura and/or sashimi grade tuna, since that’s what’s available near me. When I lived in Virgina I was able to get fresh salmon from local Asian markets, but here in coastal NC my options are limited. You can also add tofu or cream cheese to the rolls if you’d like!

Be creative and add anything that floats your sushi boat.

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step 1 – make the rice:

Combine 1+1/2 cups of rice with 2 cups of water in a medium sized pot and bring to a boil. Once the water begins to boil, reduce heat to low and cover. Let the rice simmer for 20 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes or so. Remove from heat after 20 minutes but let the rice stand, covered, for 10 minutes or so to ensure that the rice is fully cooked. The best way to ruin the sushi is to roll it in crunchy rice. I have TOTALLY done this before — whoops! A taste test will ensure that your rice is perfectly fluffy.

Feel free to use a rice cooker or (click here)for shortcut sushi in under 2 minutes;quinoa also makes an excellentsubstitutefor rice!

Cooking the rice is the only time-consuming part of the entire process. While it cooks, save time by prepping your fish, veggies, and sauces!

step 2 – season the rice:

If you don’t already own rice vinegar, feel free to opt for the pre-seasoned variety to save yourself a step. If you already have a bottle of rice vinegar or have white vinegar on hand, simply season with salt and vinegar to taste. For the rice measurements above you’ll need 1/3 cup of seasoned rice vinegar or 1/3 cup of vinegar seasoned with one teaspoon of sugar and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Pour over your rice, fluff with a fork, and taste. Adjust salt/sugar as desired. Remove rice from heat, add to a bowl and cover with a paper towel.

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step 3 – julienne your veggies:

While the rice cooks + cools – prep your veggies! Slice vertically into matchsticks and set aside. Once the rice is done you’ll be ready to roll!

step 4 – wrap it up:

To avoid messy clean-up and scrubbing, wrap your bamboo mat in plastic wrap. Lay a sheet of nori on top and grab your rice!

step 5 – inside-out or outside-in:

The two most popular techniques are inside-out rolls with rice on the outside or rolls wrapped with norion the outside and rice on the inside.

Since it’s easiest to make rolls with seaweed on the outside, that’s what we’ll start with for this homemade sushi tutorial! Grab a spoon and spread a thin layer of rice on the seaweed sheet. For large rolls, add an extra layer. I like my pieces bite-sized, so I add a thin layer and leave a little extra space at the end. Totally up to you!

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step 6 – line it up:

Place your toppings in the center, very close to one another. If you have large slices or an abundance of ingredients you may want to pile some on top of each other.

For rice on the inside: line your veggies +/or seafood on top of the rice

For rice on the outside: flip the sheet of nori so the rice touches the plastic wrap and then add your vegetables to the seaweed-only side.

step 7 – roll, squeeze, repeat:

This one’s hard to explain… but it’s easy to do! The first roll will bind the ingredients into the center. Roll approx 1/4 of the mat and gently squeeze (so it sticks) and unfold the bamboo mat. Repeat the process until you’ve rolled the sheet of rice, seaweed, and veggies into a spiral. Give it one last squeeze to seal the deal.

step 8 – slice and serve:

Slice into bite-sized discs with a freshly sharpened chef’sknife. If you’re topping your sushi with sashimi or avocado, first tightly wrap the roll in plastic wrap prior to slicing. This will keep everything neat and pretty an avoid the horrific act of flinging avocado slices all over the kitchen. Though if that sounds like fun to you, fling away! I’ll stick with the saran wrap 🙂

Next pile on your toppings (see below!)and set up a few sauces for dunking.

Well, do that after you steal the end pieces off the roll (they’re always the messiest!)and shove them in your face!

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We LOVE making this homemade sushi and hope y’all do too!

tasty toppings:

  • chia seeds
  • sesame seeds
  • thin slices of fish
  • shrimp or crab salad
  • sliced almonds
  • crushed pecans
  • spicy baked seafood
  • sliced mango
  • chopped green onion
  • seaweed salad
  • and my favorite topping… avocado!

Want to learn how to wrap your sushi rolls with fresh avocado? (click for tutorial) It’s actually pretty easy!

homemade sushi sauces

We can’t have homemade sushi without some not-so-secret sauces!

spicy mayo:

  1. 1 TBSP homemade or store bought mayo
  2. 1/2 TBSP sriracha chili sauce

Adjust to your ideal heat level from mild to unreasonably spicy! Substitute with vegan mayo or plain greek yogurt if needed.

eel sauce:

  1. 1/4 cup mirin (Japanese white wine)
  2. 1/4 cup low sodium soy sauce
  3. 2 tablespoons sugar

Heat in a sauce pot over medium heat, whisking constantly to thicken. (approx. 10 min)

soy sauce:

Opt for low-sodium when possible;gluten-fee versions available.

ponzu sauce:

Ponzu is a citrusy soy sauce with lemon or lime added. May be purchased or easily imitated by adding fresh juice or zest to your favorie soy sauce.

sriracha chili sauce:

Give your tastebuds a run for their money with straight-up Sriracha. May be added to soy sauce, served on the side, or served straight up on your sushi!

Add a little, or a lot!

Why are you still reading this? Go make some homemade sushi!

Here’s your printable cheat sheet:

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Homemade Sushi: Tips, Tricks, and Toppings!

The post itself has all the details and photos you will need to whip up delicious sushi bar style sushi... at home! This printable guide can be used as a quick reference when you're in full on sushi mode in your kitchen! Hope it helps! xo

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Course: Main Dish

Cuisine: Japanese

Keyword: Homemade Sushi

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

Servings: 2 sushi rolls

Author: Jenn Laughlin

Ingredients

sushi-making staples:

STELLAR SUSHI INGREDIENTS - CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE FILLINGS

  • cucumber
  • avocado
  • asparagus
  • jalapenos
  • green onion
  • carrots
  • sprouts
  • bell peppers
  • pineapple
  • mango
  • apple
  • pear
  • tempura [cooked] shrimp
  • imitation crabmeat [cooked]
  • raw sashimi grade salmon
  • smoked salmon
  • raw sashimi grade tuna
  • and the list goes on and on!

TASTY TOPPINGS

  • sesame seeds
  • thin slices of fish
  • shrimp or crab salad
  • seaweed salad
  • sliced almonds
  • sprouts
  • thinly sliced avocado
  • volcano topping
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Instructions

  • STEP ONE: Make your sushi rice on the stove top or using a rice cooker. Quinoa works excellent too!

  • STEP TWO: Season the rice with seasoned rice vinegar or a combination of plain rice vinegar, sugar, and salt. Pour over your rice, fluff with a fork, taste, and adjust as desired. Remove rice from heat, fluff into a bowl and set aside.

  • STEP THREE: While the rice cooks/cools, prep your veggies! Slice into matchsticks and set aside. Once the rice is done you'll be ready to roll!

  • STEP FOUR: To avoid messy clean-up and scrubbing, wrap your bamboo mat in plastic wrap. Lay a sheet of nori on top and grab your rice!

  • STEP FIVE: Use a spoon to spread a thin layer of rice on the seaweed sheet.

  • STEP SIX: Place your toppings in the center, very close to one another and practically in a little veggie dogpile.

  • For rice on the inside, line your veggies/seafood on top of the rice.

  • For rice on the outside, flip the sheet of nori so the rice touches the plastic wrap and then add your vegetables to the seaweed-only side.

  • STEP SEVEN: roll, squeeze, repeat: This one's hard to explain... but it's easy to do! The first roll will bind the ingredients into the center. Roll approx 1/4 of the mat and gently squeeze (so it sticks) and unfold the bamboo mat. Repeat the process until you've rolled the sheet of rice, seaweed, and veggies into a spiral. Give it one last squeeze to seal the deal.

  • STEP EIGHT: Slice into bite-sized discs with a freshly sharpened chef's knife. If you're topping your sushi with sashimi or avocado, first tightly wrap the roll in plastic wrap prior to slicing. This will keep everything neat and pretty an avoid the horrific act of flinging avocado slices all over the kitchen. Though if that sounds like fun to you, fling away! I'll stick with the saran wrap!

  • Next pile on all your favorite toppings and set up a few sauces for dunking.

  • Enjoy!

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Be creative! there are endless combinations of ingredients, toppings, and sauces to choose from!

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FAQs

What is the crunchy stuff that goes on sushi? ›

What Is the Brown, Crunchy Stuff on Sushi? The brownish crunchy flakes on top of your sushi is panko, otherwise known as Japanese breadcrumbs. 'Pan' means bread in Japanese, and 'ko' is flour.

What is the secret to making sushi? ›

And just lightly press down lift the bamboo roller. And do a slight roll. And just firmly but not

How do you keep sushi from falling apart? ›

Don't Overfill Your Rolls

The most common reason most rolls fall apart is that they're overstuffed. Usually, the culprit is too much rice. The solution? Use a smaller amount of rice when creating your rolls.

What are the 3 main ingredients in sushi? ›

Sushi at its core is made with three simple ingredients: raw fish, a nori sheet, and sushi rice.

What sauce goes on top of sushi? ›

Soy Sauce: used for dipping sushi and sashimi, soy sauce has a salty and sweet flavor that makes it ideal for topping off any roll.

How do you make crunchy sushi bits? ›

How to make Crunchy Tempura Flakes For Sushi @ www.sushivids

What's the white stuff with sushi? ›

You will often also see white strips on your plate. This is shredded daikon (radish). It is used as a garnish on sushi plates. Like many garnishes on American dishes, you can eat it or push it to the side.

What is in a spider roll? ›

A spider roll is a type of makizushi sushi that includes breaded or battered soft-shell crab and other ingredients such as cucumber, avocado, daikon sprouts or lettuce, and spicy mayonnaise, rolled inside nori and sushi rice.

Why do sushi chefs clap their hands? ›

Dip your hands in it and clap your hands to get rid of most of the moisture. This creates a thin film of liquid on your hands that prevents rice from sticking to your hands. Use about 150 g (5 oz) of cooked sushi rice. Don't cover the sheet completely with rice.

How do you seal sushi rolls? ›

Cover bottom three-quarters of nori sheet with thin layer of rice, leaving the top quarter of the nori sheet empty. (It is this empty section that will seal the roll together.)

Why is my sushi not sticking? ›

It doesn't get sticky until it's dry enough for the starch to be sticky instead of just starchy water. But even if you did let it cook/dry properly, the extra washing and soaking could well have been an issue too. One of the main things washing does is remove starch.

What holds sushi together? ›

The starch content is what holds the rice together and has it stick to the seaweed paper known as nori.

How do you get sushi to stick together? ›

If you slightly wet the bare edge of the nori with a little water on your finger it should help it stick together.

What is the most important ingredient in sushi? ›

Sushi Rice

This essential building block of sushi rolls is referred to as Sushi-Meshi in the Japanese culture. It is a short, or medium-grain rice that not only provides stickiness to the roll, but it is the key to bringing forward the flavors of all the additional sushi ingredients.

What is sushi without fish called? ›

10. California Roll (Sushi With No Raw Fish)

Although the sushi lacks the freshness of raw seafood, it is still very palatable, especially when enjoyed with pickled ginger, soy sauce, and wasabi.

What are traditional sushi ingredients? ›

Sushi is traditionally made with medium-grain white rice, though it can be prepared with brown rice or short-grain rice. It is very often prepared with seafood, such as squid, eel, yellowtail, salmon, tuna or imitation crab meat. Many types of sushi are vegetarian.

What can you dip sushi in Besides soy sauce? ›

  • Tamari. If you're not dealing with a soy allergy or monitoring your sodium intake, tamari is the closest in taste to soy sauce. ...
  • Worcestershire sauce. ...
  • Coconut aminos. ...
  • Liquid aminos. ...
  • Dried mushrooms. ...
  • Fish sauce. ...
  • Miso paste. ...
  • Maggi seasoning.
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What is the green sauce with sushi? ›

Wasabi is the green paste that you will find served with sushi dishes. It is very spicy and should be used lightly.

Is sushi healthy to eat? ›

What are the health benefits of sushi? “Sushi can contain a lot of the different food groups wrapped up in one,” Smith says. This means you'll get protein, carbs, fat, antioxidant nutrients (vitamin E and C), and fat-soluble vitamins such as B12 and K.

What is tempura crunch made of? ›

This simple batter has just three ingredients: flour, egg, and ice water. Tempura mix is available in some specialty stores, but it's simple enough to use plain 'ol all-purpose flour instead. This incredibly basic mix of ingredients creates that puffy, light-as-air coating so many of us are familiar with.

Why is my tempura not crispy? ›

It's also vital to make the batter as soon before cooking as possible, for maximum crispness: McGee explains that this gives the flour as little time as possible to soak up water, “so the moisture is rapidly removed… during frying to produce a crisp crust”.

What are tempura flakes called? ›

Tenkasu (天かす) or Agedama (揚げ玉) is crunchy scraps/crumbs made from tempura batter. It is commonly used in the fillings for Takoyaki, Okonomiyaki, and Hiroshimayaki as it gives fluffier texture. It's also used as toppings for Tanuki Udon or Soba to give an extra crunchy texture.

Is mixing wasabi and soy sauce rude? ›

Sushi chefs discourage the mixing as creating the concoction taints the soy sauce and ruins both the spiciness and aroma of wasabi. The proper way to enjoy sushi is to apply wasabi onto the fish element of sushi and dip pieces of sushi fish side down into soy sauce to not over-saturate the morsel.

What do people in Japan drink with sushi? ›

Sake. As far as Japanese drinks go, there's nothing more popular than sake.

What do sushi chefs say when you arrive? ›

Upon entering a restaurant, customers are greeted with the expression "irasshaimase" meaning "welcome, please come in".

What is in a rainbow roll? ›

Rainbow roll is a type of uramaki sushi roll filled with cucumber, avocado and crab stick. It is prepared with multiple types of fish, most commonly tuna, salmon, white fish, yellowtail, snapper, and eel. Rainbow roll is quite similar to the California roll, with the addition of tuna, salmon and avocado.

What is in an Alaska roll? ›

The Alaska Sushi Roll is a great international (non Japanese) sushi dish. Fresh salmon and avocado is rolled inside-out style. Then the sushi roll is rolled in panko, the super crispy Japanese breadcrumb. The big difference about the Alaska roll and most sushi is (sharp intake of breath) it's deep fried!

What's in a tiger roll? ›

FujiSan Tiger Roll brings you a delicious sushi roll made with creamy avocado, crisp cucumber, and imitation crab. It is topped with cooked tiger shrimp, sweet chili sauce, sazon seasoning and raw green scallions. It comes with a packet of naturally brewed soy sauce, pickled ginger, and wasabi.

How do you make sushi mats? ›

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Which side of nori goes up? ›

The nori should lay with the rough side facing upwards. Get your hands wet just a little, and pick up about a handful of rice to a ball of rice. It's important to keep your hands wet while working with sushi rice because it is sticky. When you work with the nori though, you should keep them as dry as you can.

How do you roll sushi without seaweed? ›

Rice paper wrappers are a great substitute for nori sheets since it is cheap, available widely, and easy to work with. These maki sushis are wrapped in rice paper as you need something to hold the sushi filling together.

Do you roll sushi shiny side up or down? ›

Place a nori sheet, shiny-side down, on the mat, 2cm from the edge closest to you. Use wet hands to spread a thin layer of rice evenly over the nori sheet, leaving a 3cm-wide border along the edge furthest from you.

Why do you rinse sushi rice? ›

Rinse and Soak the Grains

Rinsing and soaking your rice is essential for good sushi rice. If you don't wash your rice, there will be too much excess starch on the surface, which could make the rice gummy and ruin its texture.

Is making your own sushi cheaper? ›

Making sushi at home can be cheaper than store-bought platters, which are sold at $6 to $9 per roll. If you are preparing sushi for many people and you already have the necessary equipment and wish to limit your creations to fewer sushi varieties, you can keep the cost as low as $1.50 per roll.

How do you make sushi taste better? ›

The trick is to zap it in the microwave for 30 seconds. (Just make sure you take it out of the container first, of course.) A little bit of heating will fluff up the rice and enhance those delicious flavors you love so much. A half a minute is the sweet spot for saving that store-bought sushi.

How long in advance can I make sushi? ›

You can make sushi anywhere from 6 to 24 hours in advance, depending on the type and ingredients used. You can make sushi rice up to 3 days in advance. When making sushi in advance, ensure that anything longer than 6 hours is refrigerated, and remember that the freshest sushi is always the best.

Why do you add sugar to sushi rice? ›

Sugar was traditionally used to counteract the vinegar's sourness. So just a little bit of sugar is enough to make the vinegar taste less sour. Japanese short-grain rice features a higher level of hardness and chewiness and is sticky when cooked.

How do you make Japanese rice shiny? ›

Bring to a boil: Drain rice, add water, and bring to a boil over medium heat. Simmer: Put the lid on and simmer over low heat for 10 minutes. Rest: Turn off the heat, and let it rest for 10 minutes with the lid on. Fluff: Open the lid and fluff with a rice paddle gently.

What can I use instead of bamboo mat for sushi? ›

A thick towel acts just like a bamboo mat and also wipes up your mess when you're done: win-win. Because it's so flexible it allows you to shape and roll the rice effortlessly into a beautiful roll.

What is that black thing on sushi? ›

Nori (海苔) is a dried edible seaweed used in Japanese cuisine, made from species of the red algae genus Pyropia, including P. yezonesis and P. tenera. It has a strong and distinctive flavor, and is often used to wrap rolls of sushi or onigiri (rice balls).

Why did my sushi roll fall apart? ›

The nori is in bad shape. The packaging was left open for too long and it soaked up moisture. This is easy to fix by toasting the nori on open fire or in an oven until the seaweed is dry and crisp. The most common reason for rolls breaking apart is using too little nori for too much sushi rice and fillings.

What are the black dots on sushi? ›

Tobiko is the name of the roe from the flying fish species. The most common place to find tobiko is in sushi restaurants, where people sprinkle them on top of dishes or spread them on sushi rolls to give them a brighter look. People may also eat tobiko as a sushi or sashimi dish.

How do you roll sushi without it falling apart? ›

Roll it Tight

As you go, gently squeeze to tighten the roll up as it forms. This will help compress the rice enough to hold together, which will keep your sushi from falling apart. Rub water with your finger to end of nori. Use the mat to roll sushi, gently squeeze as you go.

How do you cut sushi without it falling apart? ›

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Does vinegar make rice sticky? ›

It's also possible to make your sushi rice too sticky if you add too much vinegar. However, adding just the right amount of vinegar to the water while the rice is cooking will make it less clumped. This is done by rinsing the excess starch from the rice, making it more separated.

What can I put on top of nigiri? ›

Sweet soy sauce is traditionally used on nigiri as a final touch. It is a relatively thin glaze that really compliments raw fish.

What should I top nigiri with? ›

Squid or ika has a slimy texture and umami flavor that makes it one of the best toppings for nigiri. With its transparent white meat and chewy texture, it is a favorite for seasoned sushi connoisseurs but may be an acquired taste for others.

Is sushi healthy to eat? ›

What are the health benefits of sushi? “Sushi can contain a lot of the different food groups wrapped up in one,” Smith says. This means you'll get protein, carbs, fat, antioxidant nutrients (vitamin E and C), and fat-soluble vitamins such as B12 and K.

What does Jiro brush on sushi? ›

He brushes soy sauce on it, because he knows how much is sufficient to season each nigiri. Actually not just any soy sauce, but nikiri: A good sushi chef adds all the flavors the sushi needs before he hands it to the customer.

What is chef sauce on sushi? ›

Sushi Chef® Soy Sauce is made from carefully selected and roasted soybeans and wheat, which are slowly brewed under the supervision of a soy sauce master brewer. It has a bright taste and aroma. It contains no preservatives.

What is sushi called with rice on the outside? ›

Uramaki. The term uramaki is, in many ways, as much of a general term as makizushi. Essentially, an uramaki roll is any sushi roll that has been turned “inside out,” with the rice on the outside and the nori on the inside wrapped around the ingredients – which is almost every sushi roll served in the United States.

Does sushi have toppings? ›

If you enjoy making sushi why not experiment with different flavors. In doing so, you will find a topping or a filling that is going to satisfy your sushi cravings. There are lots of different ingredients that you can use to create mouthwatering sushi toppings and fillings.

What is the difference between nigiri and sashimi? ›

Nigiri is similar to sushi in that it contains rice and is similar to sashimi in that it contains raw seafood. However, unlike sushi, nigiri does not contain extra ingredients or seaweed, and unlike sashimi, it contains vinegar rice. It is only raw seafood served over rice.

Is sushi good for losing weight? ›

In other words, Japanese dishes often consist of a range of simply prepared healthy light ingredients. Sushi is no exception—if ordered in its simplest form, which means when it's not adorned with glazes, sauces, or breading, it is a great choice for a weight loss diet.

Is sushi a junk food? ›

It's rich in several vitamins, minerals, and health-promoting compounds. However, some types are high in refined carbs, salt, and unhealthy fats. Still, if you're judicious about how you eat it, sushi can make a great addition to a balanced diet.

Is it OK to eat sushi everyday? ›

According to a registered dietician, healthy adults can safely consume 2-3 sushi rolls, which means 10-15 pieces of sushi per week. However, the statistics are different for the elderly, pregnant women and others with the compromised digestive system.

How do you make sushi taste better? ›

The trick is to zap it in the microwave for 30 seconds. (Just make sure you take it out of the container first, of course.) A little bit of heating will fluff up the rice and enhance those delicious flavors you love so much. A half a minute is the sweet spot for saving that store-bought sushi.

How do you assemble sushi? ›

How To Make Sushi Rolls - YouTube

What is sushi without fish called? ›

10. California Roll (Sushi With No Raw Fish)

Although the sushi lacks the freshness of raw seafood, it is still very palatable, especially when enjoyed with pickled ginger, soy sauce, and wasabi.

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