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How To Make Sushi

Updated on April 27, 2012

Learn how to make this delicious food.

You may think sushi is just raw fish, but you'd only be partially right. It is really the magic that comes from the combination of fish and rice, and the technique on how it is combined, is an art form in itself. Sushi means 'vinegared rice', and is usually topped with different ingredients. These delicious tidbits could be topped with fish, shrimp, scallops, baby octopus and more.

Commonly used fish for your next Japanese sushi masterpiece might include snapper, tuna, congor, salmon, and eel. Other seafoods such as clam, fish roe, squid, abalone, and prawns.

Making this Japanese cuisine favorite, sushi is easy and straight forward in it's simplest form, but it takes years to master and perfect the technique. But don't let the challenge keep you from learning and making these wonderful bitesize goodies at your own home. Making sushi at home can be a lot of fun, no matter if you are preparing a meal for two, or for a group of friends.

How to Make Sushi

How to make Sushi at Home

Sushi rice...

One of the most critical components to making your sushi is the rice. The importance of the sushi rice can not be overstated, so take great care when you make it. See the videos for tips and techniques to improve your creations.

How to make sushi

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      orionsky60403 8 years ago

      I'm a really big fan of sushi. having good rice is really important. the seaweed should also be very crispy and not chewy