3 Scrumptious Home-Made Sushi Recipes

Well, taste buds crave for anything well baked and served. There is no love sincerer than the love of food, is a phrase that a foodie can never deny. The art of cooking expresses your desire for preparing cuisines with a finesse.

In the world of a cooking aficionado Sushi is the one cuisine, which is worth trying. It is made of cooked vinegared rice, blended with other ingredients such as seafood, vegetables and sometimes tropical fruits. Even if you are a beginner, trying out this toothsome delicacy at your home will be a wonderful  start to your cooking journey.

With a twist of rice and magic of your love,  the Sushi dish will surely win the hearts of your loved ones. So, these 3 exquisite made at home Sushi recipes is worth trying to spellbind your loved ones.

3 amazing Sushi recipes your taste buds cannot resist                        

Salmon Nigiri

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Once you start rolling with this recipe your taste buds will not stop craving for more. The dish is made from a small mound of rice with a fish topping over it. You just need to fill your bowl with cooked sushi rice, fresh salmon, sliced into 10 thin slices, Wasabi, Soy sauce and pickled ginger. Begin the feast by wetting your hands and shaping the seasoned rice into 10 mounds. Put a little wasabi on each slice of salmon and then place them on top of the shaped rice so that the wasabi sticks the fish to the rice. Press well with your hands to shape it and serve immediately with soy sauce and pickled ginger on the side.

California Roll

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Sushi chefs perfect their cooking craft with every dish they prepare. You just have to grab half pound imitation crab meat, 1 avocado, ripe but still firm, half medium cucumber, peeled and sliced into long Julienne strips, Toasted nori seaweed and stirred and heated Toasted sesame seeds. You can begin cooking this delicacy by wrapping sushi mat in plastic wrap and folding pieces of nori in half to split them. Spread a decent amount of sushi rice onto the half sheet of nori. Use wet fingertips to spread the rice evenly over the entire surface of the nori.

Flip the rice-covered piece of nori and insert your fillings across the center of your rice in the middle of the sheet. Try to avoid over-filling!

Begin rolling firmly using sushi mat. Once the roll is complete, sprinkle toasted sesame seeds and cut the rolls in half and you are ready to munch on this toothsome Sushi feast.

Vegetable Roll

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This delicacy is a wonderful delight for the vegans. Assorted with aromatic flavors, this delicacy is made with seasoned rice vinegar, 2 teaspoons sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 1½ cups short-grained sushi rice, 1½ cups water and 4 sheets toasted nori with the fillings of cucumber, carrots, bell pepper and avocado. Place the sushi mat, lay a nori sheet and place about ¼ of the rice onto the nori and with 1½ inches uncovered at the far edge. Line up the fillings about 1 inch evenly across the rice and leave 1 inch of rice uncovered at the far edge. From the edge tightly roll up the nori, rice, and fillings into a cylinder. Firmly tug on the rounded mat over the roll as you pull on the far edge of the mat to tighten the roll. Open the mat, dab unsealed edge of nori with a bit of water, and roll the sushi forward to seal. Transfer the sushi to a plate and cover with damp paper towels. Repeat with remaining rice and fillings. Cut each sushi roll, crosswise, into 8 pieces with a sharp, wet knife. Serve with bowl of soy sauce for dipping.

Discover the love for Sushi with these 3 must try cuisines. Whether hosting a party, get – together or your love for food, your taste buds will always be satiated with this aromatic, irresistible and flavorsome fare!

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