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Favorite sushi suggestions

Post by Joanna19 » 15 Sep 2018, 00:17

I live in a land locked state without much access to seafood, but I love making sushi with my family. My current favorite sushi roll is made of marinated, cooked and sliced beef, cream cheese, imitation crab, cucumber and sriracha. Rather non-traditional, but tasty. Looking for more ideas!

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Post by Noraine Alissa Poria » 07 Oct 2018, 13:07

I love California sushi, it consists of California Roll Crab, nori, cucumber, and sesame seeds. I swear it is really good.

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Post by juliamenez » 10 Oct 2018, 16:12

I love eel sushi! Additionally, I am partial to anything that's covered in tempura, which is also an easy way to get people who have never tried sushi before on board with the idea.

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Post by DakotaA » 21 Dec 2018, 08:56

When I eat out I love to get whatever is recommended at the restaurant.

When I make sushi at home I pretty much always go for a California roll. I make sushi rice (adding a bit of mirin to the cooking water) and let it cool off. Then I put it on nori, add sliced imitation crab, avocado, carrot, cucumber and sometimes cream cheese, dark lettuce or sliced asparagus. I wrap the roll (to be honest I usually make 4-6 rolls depending on how many people I'm feeding) in cling film and put it in the fridge for at least an hour. I slice the roll right before serving, and top it with sriracha mayo and have soy sauce on the side. The rolls last well for about 5 days in the fridge and are great for lunch.
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Post by Jagiine » 10 Jan 2019, 20:26

I love fish in sushi, but my favorite sushi types are not actually seafood. I would label my two favorites as spam sushi (a Pacific islander specialty I got to experience at an Urbana conference) and a vegetarian sweet potato sushi. I don't believe I've ever tried beef in sushi. I'll have to keep my eye open for that!

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Post by Bluebird03 » 09 Feb 2019, 13:17

The California roll is always one that we order. But my all time favorite is called a yum-yum roll. I know it has lots of cream cheese, probably avocado and is fried in the tempura. It's rich, and so delicious! Also, a crunchy shrimp is always good.

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Post by Taylor Danvers » 11 Feb 2019, 15:11

I haven't had sushi my whole life the thought of seafood is just disgusting to me since I had a bad experience with fish. I would, however, try your recipe it doesn't seem that bad.
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Post by Chikari » 13 Feb 2019, 12:05

juliamenez wrote:
10 Oct 2018, 16:12
I love eel sushi! Additionally, I am partial to anything that's covered in tempura, which is also an easy way to get people who have never tried sushi before on board with the idea.
I second both of these suggestions! And eel has so many good benefits for you health, just like other fish.
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Post by Zora C Penter » 14 Feb 2019, 14:01

While I love sushi, I can never anything that hasn't been cooked already. It is fine served cold, but completely raw seafood or even seared seafood just has a texture I can't tolerate.

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Post by jesscat304 » 15 Feb 2019, 16:56

I love a nice crispy prawn sushi wrapped in rice and seaweed with wasabi, but then again I’m not that much of a traditional fish person, so I tend to stick to shell fish over the traditional fillet.

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