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Sensational sushi recipes

Sushi has really taken off as a go-to lunch option in Australia. 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!

Australian Women's Weekly|May 08, 2017

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  • Spicy salmon mixed-grain sushi

    Veg it up! Replace the fish with a thin plain omelette or slices of marinated tofu.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Oct 13, 2015

  • Pork and ramen noodles

    A popular fast food in the many ramen bars in Japan, they are also a diet staple for students. ‘Ramen’ is the name of noodle, as well as the name of the dish.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 23, 2015

  • The best of the best Japanese recipes

    There's more to Japanese cuisine than just sushi - although it is undeniably delicious! - so we've put together a collection of our favourites to get you inspired. We have all the traditional go-to dishes covered; after all, who can go past a delicious pork gyoza dumpling, steaming hot bowl of ramen, or a hearty pork tonkatsu? But we've added a modern twist too, with a spiced sashimi and ginger cabbage salad, and oysters with mirin and cucumber. Take your pick; any of these mouth-watering dishes is sure to become a favourite, fast.

    Now to love|Sep 09, 2015

  • Combination long soup

    Warm, nourishing soup doesn't get much better than this! This hearty combination long soup is full of authentic Asian ingredients and flavour, and is perfect for dinner tonight!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 12, 2015

  • 24 breakfasts you should be eating for dinner

    We're calling it: Brinner (breakfast for dinner) is the ultimate throw-together meal. So before you go reaching for the takeaway menu, reassess the pantry. Eggs? Why not a creamy eggs benedict, or hearty cheesy sausage bake? Loaf of crispy bread? Load it up for a gooey croque-monsieur, or use it to top nourishing baked beans and tomato pots. And why not whip up a stack of pancakes for dinner? They'll taste even better once the sun goes down.

    Now to love|Apr 25, 2015

  • Chicken and soba noodle salad

    A light, tangy, and super simple dinner full of Asian flavours. Perfect for a healthy midweek meal!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 30, 2015

  • Salmon and vegetable tempura

    Go Japanese with this simple salmon and vegetable dish. The basic batter is suitable for a variety of seafood (prawns, for example) and vegetables.

    Test Kitchen|Dec 30, 2014

  • Warm asian chicken salad with sesame dressing

    Ideal as a healthy lunch or tasty side at work or home, this tender chicken salad with green vegetable and a burst of classic asian sesame dressing is sure to be a palette pleaser.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 29, 2014

  • Beef teriyaki platter with asparagus

    Prepare this delicious meat dish for your family in no time at all. Teriyaki glazed beef is cooked to perfection and thinly sliced, perfect served with freshly grilled asparagus.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Aug 29, 2014

  • Roasted vegetables with harissa yoghurt

    This vegetarian Moroccan-style dish is filled with red chilli spices, soothing Greek yoghurt and hearty roasted vegetables.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Jul 29, 2014

  • Salmon fillets with soba noodle salad

    This Asian inspired Salmon dish is packed full of wonderful, fresh flavours and makes the ultimate dinner for a warm evening. Perfectly cooked fish is tossed through a punchy soba noodle and avocado salad, and drizzled with a tasty miso dressing.

    Test Kitchen|May 29, 2014

  • Teriyaki chicken bento

    Prepare healthy lunches for school or work with this simple Japanese classic.

    Test Kitchen|Mar 31, 2014