If you love shrimp, the Boston Roll is the roll for you. With a signature red/orange color that makes any sushi platter pop, the Boston roll is a delicious option for everyone from sushi beginners to seasoned connoisseurs. Being a roll that contains no raw fish, it is a less intimidating option for those new to sushi. Best of all, it’s simple to make!
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Chirashi bowls are a colorful assortment of seafood, vegetables and sushi rice that has been a part of Japanese cuisine for centuries and continues to be popular throughout Japan today. The thing I love about chirashi bowls is that you can make it your own based on your own unique taste.
In this article, we will take you through how to make this visually stunning and delicious dish step-by-step.
In this article, we will take you through how to make this visually stunning and delicious dish step-by-step. We also have a video that shows how we prepared all the ingredients.
If you have ever visited Japan or some higher end sushi restaurants outside of Japan, you have likely seen an exotic looking sushi called ikura sushi. Known for its bright orange color, the contrasting flavors of the salty salmon roe and the vinegar flavor of the sushi rice make this dish as delicious as it is beautiful.
If you would like to brighten up your sushi platter with this delicacy, you are in luck as it’s fairly simple to make with a little practice. In this article and video, we will show you step-by-step how to make this delicious sushi.
Tempura is a staple of Japanese cuisine. The light, crispy batter of shrimp and vegetables is a real treat. However, tempura is not the same without tempura dipping sauce, or tentsuyu. While you can purchase this at most grocery stores, it is definitely worth the effort to make it fresh. Best of all, it is very quick and easy to make!
In this article, we will walk you through how to make authentic tempura dipping sauce (tentsuyu) step-by-step.
Shrimp tempura was my first introduction to Japanese food. When I was a child, it was always a treat to order the shrimp and vegetable tempura from our favorite Japanese restaurant. While I enjoy a wider range of Japanese food as an adult, I still love the light, crispy batter of shrimp tempura dipped in tempura dipping sauce (tentsuyu).
While making shrimp tempura may seem out of reach for many, with a little practice it is pretty simple to make. In this article we will take you step-by-step through the process of making delicious shrimp tempura.
When you think of Japanese food, tempura most likely comes to mind. Shrimp and vegetable tempura was my go-to dish when dining in Japanese restaurants as a kid. As an adult, I appreciate the light batter and rich taste of tempura dishes. As any chef knows, great tempura starts with great tempura batter.
In this article we will take you through how to make authentic tempura batter step-by-step. Best of all, it’s simple and quick to make!
Thanks to the sriracha mayo mixed with the crab, spicy crab rolls are like California rolls with a spicy kick. This flavorful roll is a staple in sushi restaurants around the world. In addition, the spicy crab roll is fairly easy to make!
Being the most popular sushi roll in the United States, the California roll is a delicious sushi staple that combines the savory taste of crab and avocado with the refreshing crunch of cucumber.
Being a cooked roll, it’s a great roll to introduce newbies to the sushi world. In fact, my first sushi roll was a California roll. Even now, after eating sushi for many years, I still enjoy making and eating California rolls.
If you frequent sushi restaurants, you are bound to see an interesting looking roll with a yellow filling called an Oshinko roll. When curiosity finally gets the best of you and you decide to try it, you will find Oshinko to be a refreshing pickled filling whose flavor is complemented by the sushi rice in this simple, yet unique roll.
Named for its fun dragon-like appearance, the dragon roll is a tasty roll that provides a variety of flavors and textures. The savory flavor of the shrimp tempura combined with the avocado make this one of my favorite rolls. In my opinion, unagi sauce is a must for this roll as its sweet flavor complements the rich flavors of the rest of the roll.
Though this roll can look a little intimidating to make, fear not as we will walk you through how to prepare this fun and delicious roll step-by-step.
A distinctly American take on sushi rolls, Philadelphia rolls are a popular option in sushi restaurants all across the US and other parts of the world. The complementary flavors of the smoked salmon and cream cheese mixed with the crunch of the cucumber make this roll a real treat.
Best of all, these are one of the easier sushi rolls to make! We will take you through how to make this delicious roll step-by-step.