Homemade sushi is fun for the whole family with lots of opportunity to customize rolls based on individual preferences for fillings. Leftover rolls are delicious the next day!
Total time: 1 hour
1 cucumber, peeled, thinly sliced
- 3 cups sushi rice
- 10 nori (seaweed) sheets
- 1 small cucumber, peeled, thinly sliced
- 1 avocado, halved, stoned, peeled, thinly sliced
- 170g smoked salmon
- 2 can tuna
- 100g crab meat (artificial or canned)
- 4 tablespoons spicy mayonnaise
- 1 lettuce leaf, thinly cut
- soy sauce (to serve)
- pickled ginger (to serve)
- wasabi (to serve)
- bamboo rolling mat
- Cook the sushi rice according to package instructions. We used a rice cooker which worked well. More tips for cooking sushi rice are available below with the original recipe link.
- Shred the crabmeat and stir in mayonnaise to create a thick paste (pepper, wasabi, or sriracha sauce can be added to make a spicier version).
- Mix the canned tuna with mayonnaise to create a thick paste (pepper, wasabi, or sriracha can be added as above).
- Assemble the sushi rolls. Place a nori seaweed sheet on top of the bamboo mat. Wet your hands and scoop a small amount of cooked sushi rice (approximately 1/4 cup). Gently spread the rice evenly across the nori, leaving a small 1 inch gap without rice on the end you are rolling towards. Add the fillings (below). Folding the bamboo mat on the side closest to you, roll slowly and gently with even pressure to wrap as tightly as possible. Place the rolls in the refrigerator after rolling until they become firm (10 minutes). Use a wet sharp knife to cut rolls into 1 inch pieces.
- Some of our favourite flavour combinations included: creamy crab with avocado, smoked salmon with lettuce and avocado, creamy tuna with cucumber, spicy tuna with avocado. Feel free to create whichever combinations you like!
- Serve cold with soy sauce, wasabi, and pickled ginger.
- McM: 5/5, a delicious meal that was a lot of fun to prepare!
Original recipe: http://www.ticklemytastebuds.com/perfect-sushi/
Sushi rice tips: http://makemysushi.com/sushi-preparations/how-to-make-perfect-sushi-rice.html