Month: March 2007

Unagi Ma-Kiwi

<p>A while ago when we make the <a href="http://sushiday.com/archives/2006/11/02/new-zealand-roll/">New Zealand Roll</a>, one of our readers suggested we try making an unagi roll with kiwifruit on top (rather than a <a href="http://sushiday.com/archives/2006/10/31/california-roll/">California roll</a> with kiwifruit on top, which is what the <a href="http://sushiday.com/archives/2006/11/02/new-zealand-roll/">New Zealand Roll</a> is.) He was right... the roll turned out wonderfully! Son <em>really</em> liked it, and we would <em>definitely</em> recommend it to anyone who likes unagi and kiwifruit!</p>

Fiesta Roll

<p>According to <a href="http://www.phuson.com">Son</a>, this roll "tastes like a seaweed-wrapped burrito". It's a good roll, although I think it's better to expect the taste of a burrito rather than the taste of sushi. Dimora e-mailed me the idea for this roll... although I changed a few things, I think <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/dimora/431933700/">her version</a> looks much better!</p>

Bacon-Wrapped Asparagus

<p>Every once in a while, I'll be making something aside from sushi (yes, I do cook aside from sushi! :) ) and think, "hey, this might taste good in a maki roll!" Actually, <a href="http://www.phuson.com">Son</a> said that, but it still resulted in a great tasting roll! I make bacon-wrapped asparagus every now and then, because Son loves it (as do I) and it's a delicious way to get more vegetables (of course

Summer Breeze Sushi

<p>This is a very pretty roll, with the alternating stripes of cucumber and avocado. You might like to keep the tails of the shrimp on for decoration (like we did), just make sure that you don't eat them!</p>

Godzilla Roll

<p>This is a very simple roll, but still interesting due to the flavors of the teriyaki sauce and hot sauce. You can also use hoisin sauce in place of the teriyaki sauce if you don't have any teriyaki sauce, and it will still taste good! :)</p>

Salmon Asparagus Sushi

<p>This is a very mild but delicious roll. The asparagus is sweet and juicy, while the smoked salmon is nice and salty. It really doesn't need any accompaniment, but if you would like, you can mix in some wasabi with your mayonnaise to add an extra little kick.</p>

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