Category: Sushi

salmon asparagus roll

Salmon Asparagus Sushi

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. Makes 6 rolls, or 36-48 slices. Ingredients

crazy california roll

Crazy California Roll

This is a roll that I first tried and loved at the Maki Maki in Irvine, California. I liked it so much that I thought that I should try making it myself… and I was very pleased with the result! It actually tasted almost exactly like the one at the restaurant. 🙂 Yum! As always,

Bacon Cheese-Sushi

For a long time, the Western Bacon Cheeseburger from <a href="">Carl's Jr.</a> was my favorite burger ever. I usually would eat it after long, difficult rehearsals or performances, to get my energy back. So I figured, why not make a sushi similar to my favorite burger!

Tuna Salad Sushi

Tuna Salad Sushi

As simple as it might sound, this roll is actually my favorite roll out of all the rolls I have made thus far! (It beat out the Crunchy Shrimp Roll, which is my most requested roll by those for whom I make sushi!) The tart tuna salad goes absolutely wonderfully with the juicy crunch of

Super Bowl Rock N’ Roll

This roll is a wonderful snack roll, perfect for game day! Another of our wonderful readers, <a href="">Ralph Whitbeck</a>, came up with the idea for this roll (Thanks, Ralph! :D )

Monkey maki

Monkey Maki

Monkey Maki!!! I love the name - I was cracking up! Yes, I'm a dork. :D This fabulous recipe was thought up by my wonderful reader, <a href="">Yvo</a>, and I must say it turned out pretty darn well! (Thanks so much, <a href="">Yvo</a>! :D )

How to Make Tempura

Several people have requested a tempura recipe, so here you go! This will work for most any type of tempura, from shrimp to vegetables, and even bananas!

Deviled Egg Sushi

The deviled egg. A popular party appetizer. Delicious, everyone loves them, but they are so difficult to transport! They slip and slide around the container and make a huge mess! So what are we to do? Make Deviled Egg Sushi, that's what! It's flat on the bottom so it won't roll around, and tastes just as good (if not better) than any regular deviled egg!