How To Make Simple And Delicious Sushi (part 2 of 2)

How to make Simple Sushi at Home Part (2 of 2)

1. 2 cups of short grain sushi rice, 2 cups of water, wash and rinse for a couple of times and soak the rice for 1 hour.
2. Use the rice cooker or a pot of water over medium heat to cook the rice. Bring to boil, turn to low heat for 10 minutes and turn off the heat, cover and sit for another 15 minutes until the rice cooked.
3. Making rice vinegar: 1/3 cup of rice vinegar, 2 TBS of white sugar, 1/2 tsp of salt, 1 tsp of dashi.
4. Pour the vinegar mixture on rice and stir well.
5. Let rice cool down for a few minutes until within the room temperature.

Basic ingredients needed: sushi wrapper, cucumber, avocado, wasabi, ginger, salmon, yellow fin tuna, cooked shrimp, mayo, shicimi, ponzu sauce, eel sauce.

You can make: cucumber roll, avocado roll, salmon cucumber roll, salmon avocado roll,
tuna cucumber roll, tuna avocado roll, shrimp cucumber roll, shrimp avocado roll. You can also add spicy mayo and drizzle eel sauce. Enjoy.

How To Make Simple And Delicious Sushi (part 1 of 2)

How To Make Simple And Delicious Sushi At Home.

how to make simple and delicious sushi (1/2)

1. 2 cups of short grain sushi rice, 2 cups of water, wash and rinse for a couple of times and soak the rice for 1 hour.
2. Use the rice cooker or a pot of water over medium heat to cook the rice. Bring to boil, turn to low heat for 10 minutes and turn off the heat, cover and sit for another 15 minutes until the rice cooked.
3. Making rice vinegar: 1/3 cup of rice vinegar, 2 TBS of white sugar, 1/2 tsp of salt, 1 tsp of dashi.
4. Pour the vinegar mixture on rice and stir well.
5. Let rice cool down for a few minutes until within the room temperature.

Basic ingredients needed: sushi wrapper, cucumber, avocado, wasabi, ginger, salmon, yellow fin tuna, cooked shrimp, mayo, shicimi, ponzu sauce, eel sauce.

You can make: cucumber roll, avocado roll, salmon cucumber roll, salmon avocado roll,
tuna cucumber roll, tuna avocado roll, shrimp cucumber roll, shrimp avocado roll. You can also add spicy mayo and drizzle eel sauce. Enjoy.

The Sushi Chef with Masaharu Morimoto

On the Art and Practice of Sushi

Published on May 16, 2016

Masaharu Morimoto is most famously known for being an Iron Chef, but there is another side of him we don’t get to see too often. In addition to his life on TV, Chef Morimoto is a successful restaurateur who has worked long and hard to build a team that can create great food at each of his restaurants. We spend time with Morimoto at two of his restaurants, Morimoto in Chelsea and Momosan Ramen & Sake in Midtown.

Morimoto had two dreams when he was a child, to become a sushi chef or a professional baseball player. After sustaining an injury he dedicated his life to sushi and since then has applied himself to the art and practice of sushi every day. As Morimoto says, “I don’t want to be a celebrity or a celebrity chef. I want to be known as a legitimate chef.”

What $400 Gets You at One of NYC’s Most Expensive Sushi Restaurants

On this episode of Consumed, host and sushi aficionado Kat Odell visits Sushi Ginza Onodera, the New York City outpost of an acclaimed Tokyo omakase restaurant, to try the many-coursed meal that sets diners back $400. Is it worth it? Watch the video above for an inside look.

Saito: The Sushi God of Tokyo

Sushi Saito is a 3 Michelin Star sushi restaurant, and many regard it as the best in Japan. We got to spend the day with Saito, to ask him about his work, and to eat his soul shattering sushi.

$3 Sushi Vs. $250 Sushi

Teriyaki Chicken Sushi Roll Recipe

In this video recipe Chef Devaux shows how to cook a delicious uramaki sushi roll (inside out sushiroll) with a tasty chicken teriyaki cucumber filling and topped with thinly sliced avocado.
The video recipe shows you all the steps required to make this, from how to cook the teriyaki chicken to how to assemble and cut the uramaki (insideout) roll.

Sushi Anyone? US Conservative Jews Celebrate New Ability to Eat Rice With …

Sushi Anyone? US Conservative Jews Celebrate New Ability to Eat Rice With

Sushi Anyone? US Conservative Jews Celebrate New Ability to Eat Rice With
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Date Night Dining: Totto Sushi & Grill
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I Ate at All the Sushi Belts in Portland
DURING MY QUEST to rank every sushi conveyor belt in Portland, never have I thought more deeply about the title of my column: Last Supper. As I journeyed into the heart of cheap raw fish and ate more krab than any human should, I figured every piece of …
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Buckhead’s Atlas, Umi Sushi Praised by NY Times

Buckhead’s Atlas, Umi Sushi Praised by NY Times

Buckhead’s Atlas, Umi Sushi Praised by NY Times
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Take a Look Inside the Highly-Anticipated Sushi Ogawa
Sushi Ogawa opened quietly earlier this month, but a subtle debut isn’t reflective of the excitement surrounding the arrival of chef Minoru Ogawa’s new restaurant. The team is also behind Sushi Capitol, which has been turning out some of DC’s best …
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SUV Plows Into Doral Sushi Restaurant
DORAL (CBSMiami) — A pre-dinner time scare at a Doral sushi restaurant when the driver of an SUV plowed right through the front of the restaurant on Monday. A surveillance camera captured when a Range Rover crashed into the front of Sokai Sushi Bar, …
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Photos: This Old School Restaurant Serves The Best Sushi In LA

Photos: This Old School Restaurant Serves The Best Sushi In LA

Photos: This Old School Restaurant Serves The Best Sushi In LA
Far from the dynamite rolls or other extravagant flourishes you might find in other sushi spots around town, Q offers a traditional Edomae-style sushi, utilizing a minimalist aesthetic and preparations developed during the 18th century Edo period in Japan.
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Opening Alert: Yuzu Sushi Co. Now Rolling Sushi Burritos in Royal Oak
After a minor delay, Royal Oak’s latest fast-casual option soft opened Tuesday on Woodward Avenue. Yuzu Sushi Co.’s menu features a selection of sushi hand rolls (aka sushi burritos) and bowls. Diners can choose from a variety of fillings and brown or …
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