Excellent for appetizers, salads, sandwiches and just with beer. Servings: 4 1 lb salmon fillet sushi grade or previously frozen...
Sesame Tuna with Sushi Rice, the flavors of sushi without very little effort
These sushi rolls stuffed with cooked spicy chilli shrimp are no doubt little parcels of joy that make you craving for more.
OUR DINING EXPERIENCE: SHIZEN VEGAN SUSHI BAR & IZAKAYA, SAN FRANCISCO, CA Everyone knows that Sushi is famous in Japanese cuisine. It is...
If you love and miss sushi like I do, you'll want to book a reservation at Tokyo Dining in the Japan Pavilion at Epcot as soon as possible!
This Instant Pot sushi rice is perfectly cooked, sticky, and has a lovely flavor. Use it to make sushi rolls, nigiri, and poke bowls.
Vegan version of Japanese breakfast rice porridge with some healthy tweaks. It’s like eating sushi for breakfast, but in the form of comforting porridge bowl.Soaking time: overnight
A spicy salmon bowl with all the flavors of a sushi roll! Marinated fresh wild salmon, sushi rice, cucumbers, carrots, scallions and creamy avocado chunks.
This Ahi tuna grain bowl has all the components of a sushi roll. Vinegary rice, fresh tuna, crunchy veggies, pickled ginger, nori and a wasabi-soy sauce.
Black rice sushi rolls filled with fresh ahi tuna, and a crunch veggie mix. This is a great appetizer when in the mood for something other than chips.
Ahi Tuna Poke Bowl: Rich, tender shush-grade raw tuna is cut into cubes and lightly marinated. Served over sushi rice with avocado cubes and pickled ginger.
Explore sushi culture; what kinds of places serve sushi, and how to make the best out of your experience in a sushi restaurant.
Edamame is most commonly known as an appetizer at sushi restaurants. They are usually served steamed and lightly salted. That’s pretty simple and basic. Yet, they are addicting. They are fun to eat, and they are a good source of protein. So, now imagine that with a delicious spicy sauce coating each pod of edamame. How amazing does that sound? You won’t be able to stop till you’ve eaten every single pod. My sauce is pretty simple: Sriracha and Soy Sauce. Sriracha is full of flavor. It’s a little
Ready to impress your friends with your mastery of Japanese culture? Includes sushi terms and some of the most popular sushi ingredients.
A quick and easy miso glaze turns ordinary salmon fillets into a show-stopping meal. It’s a fast, mess-free, healthy main course that you can throw together on a busy weeknight or serve for a fancy dinner party. Serve the miso glazed salmon over Sushi Rice along with your favorite veggies. We love to pair it with this Glazed Bok Choy, but you could also go for garlicky greens, edamame or roasted veggies. Flake any leftover salmon and use it in easy Homemade Sushi or Sushi Burrito Wraps!
This is a quick and easy but flavor-packed side dish. Hoisin sauce lends a rich, sweet-and-salty flavor and creates an irresistible glaze for baby bok choy (if you’re gluten-free like me, use a gluten-free hoisin). Serve the bok choy alongside this Miso-Glazed Salmon, Seared Ahi Tuna, Sushi Rice, Stir-Fries or any of your favorite Asian-inspired dishes.