How to Make a Spicy Crab Sushi Roll with Masago on Top

Spicy Crab Sushi Roll Recipe

Spicy Crab Sushi Roll Recipe
Spicy Crab Sushi Roll Recipe | Source

Sushi Recipe

Spicy Crab Cream Cheese and Cucumber Sushi Roll with Masago

This is one of the easiest American style Sushi rolls to make but it's one of my favorites. The spicy crab mixture has a nice flavor with a little kick. To give the roll a nice creamy balance I add cream cheese.Then sliced cucumber, gives the roll a nice crunch.  Top it off with some masago (small orange fish eggs) not only do they provide a stunning contrast in color but give the roll another layer of flavor. Making your own sushi rolls is fun and great for entertaining. Not to mention saving the expense of a good sushi night! Video tutorial showing you how to make your own sushi rolls. This is one of my favorite sushi rolls to make I hope you enjoy it. Its quick and easy to make but packs in the flavor with a few ingredients.

Tools Needed:

1 one gallon size ziplock freezer bag

1 Sushi Rolling Mat



Masago (fish eggs)

In a roll. On top of a roll.  I love em anywhere!
In a roll. On top of a roll. I love em anywhere! | Source

spicy crab mixture

Spicy crab mixture.  Great inside and on top of sushi rolls.  Add masago and cooked bay scallops and shrimp to make it  Dynamite!
Spicy crab mixture. Great inside and on top of sushi rolls. Add masago and cooked bay scallops and shrimp to make it Dynamite! | Source

Sushi Recipe: Spicy Crab Roll Ingredients

Spicy Crab Roll Ingredients:

1 Half Sheet of Nori - Seaweed

1 cup of prepared sushi rice (rice vinegar, sugar and salt)

1/8th of a block of cream cheese (cut into strips)

Cucumber slice (cut ¼ thick in width, and to make them the size the seaweed)

½ cup of Spicy Crab (Fish cakes,Sriracha Hot Sauce, Mayonnaise)

Cucumbers Add a Crunch!

Cucumbers for Spicy Crab Sushi Roll
Cucumbers for Spicy Crab Sushi Roll | Source

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