Relatively inexpensive and easy to eat on the go, it’s the perfect pick on those busier days. But, sushi can be just as simple to make at home yourself, allowing you to get even more creative with your fillings. Here, we’ve pulled together some of our favourites for your inspiration. There’s everything from easy mini sushi rolls to a healthy mixed-grain version. Get rolling!
Love sushi but hate the roll? Save time tonight with this quick and delicious tuna salad sushi bowl!
MAKES 32 Note
Veg it up! Replace the fish with a thin plain omelette or slices of marinated tofu.
These freeform hand-made sushi rolls are easy to make and look spectacular. They are perfect as a starter or for a share platter at a party.
Use the freshest, sashimi-quality fish you can find. Raw fish sold as sashimi has to meet stringent guidelines regarding its handling and treatment after leaving the water. We suggest you seek advice from local authorities before eating raw seafood. Recipe not suitable to freeze. This is the perfect dish if you love sushi but haven’t […]
It’s important to be precise when making proper sushi. Don’t make the pieces too big; each should only make a single mouthful. If correctly formed, hand-moulded sushi should be able to be eaten upside down using fingers, or on its side if eaten with chopsticks; it’s the fish and not the rice which is to be dipped in soy sauce.
There may well be some time investment here, but your efforts will be worth it. These chicken teriyaki brown rice sushi rolls look fabulous and the brown rice filling makes it an extra nutritious snack.
Perfect for passing around as finger food at a cocktail party or other celebration, these delicious little sushi bites are given added bite by their pickled green onion topper.