Missed the stream? Watch it on Twitch! Sushi Saturday is baaaaaack! After a bit of a break (thanks to ramen, poke, and the flu), we’re back to making sushi every Saturday. As some of you know, Sushiday has been around a looooong time. We started the blog back in 2006, and it kind of shows.
I’ve lived in Southern California all my life. So you would think that I might have driven a few hours south to go party it up at Tiajuana or something. Nope. Never ever in my entire life have I crossed an international border! Kind of sad, if you think about it… all the different regional
The New Zealand Roll is similar to the California Roll. The only differences are that the roll is made with the sumeshi on the outside and covered with kiwifruit slices. If you’re a fan of sweet/savory combinations, you’ll love this roll. The fruit on top adds just a hint of sweetness that goes excellently with
California Rolls are the most popular and most well known sushi rolls in the United States. The California Roll isn’t exactly a traditional roll, but I am by no means a sushi traditionalist – I love them! This is (in comparison to some more traditional sushi) one of the milder rolls, which makes it great
This is by far the easiest sushi roll to make. Not only is it vegetarian, it is also vegan, so just about anyone can eat it! Makes 6 rolls, or 36-48 pieces. Ingredients 6 sheets of nori 3 cups of sumeshi 1 medium cucumber Cooking Directions Cook sushi rice. Wash cucumber thoroughly. If desired, peel