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Impress Dinner Guests With A Sushi Kit

Updated on June 2, 2009

Sushi is most commonly known as foods made with raw fish, which is true to an extent, but the bad rap Sushi gets because of the dangers of raw fish is unfair. Sushi can be made with imitation crab, cooked crab, tuna, even smoked salmon. All seafoods that have been prepared and do not need to be feared.

Starting with simple Sushi such as a california roll is a great way to be introduced into the food. If you like rice, a little soy sauce, and fresh vegetables, you may find yourself really enjoying Sushi.

Your Guests Will Love What You Create With Your Sushi Kit
Your Guests Will Love What You Create With Your Sushi Kit

Never Had Sushi Before?

Before even considering buying a sushi kit you may want to try sushi rolls to start and see if you like them. Many grocery stores now have a sushi bar where fresh sushi is made and packaged for daily sale.

The small packs generally have just imitation crab or smoked salmon in them. This is a really good way to introduce your pallet or introduce sushi rolls to your spouse. Plus it only costs $5 to $8 which is pretty cheap compared to trying sushi for the first time at a sushi bar in a restaurant and paying $20+

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Learn To Make Sushi Rolls With A Sushi Kit

If you've already been introduced to sushi and you love it. Considering to make it yourself might still seem a daunting task. A Sushi Kit might be a great way to break into the art of making sushi rolls. The most common sushi rolls in my area of the united states is the California Roll. It's a very good introductory sushi, especially for someone trying to learn how to make them with a sushi kit and they are my favorite.

The California Roll

  • Seaweed Wrap
  • Sticky Rice
  • Real or Imitation Crab
  • Avocado
  • Carrot Sticks

Roll it up put some wasabi and soy sauce on the side and your set to go.. Seems simple enough but give your self a few dinners before to practice your wrapping skills. Then a few hours before your guests arrive for your dinner party you can use your sushi kit to create some sushi rolls that they will talk about all night.


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      C. C. Riter 8 years ago

      I love Sushi and we have a Sushi Chef at one of our Gracery Stores that has a Sushi bar set up. Love it. I thought the title said Suhshi Kilt. haha had to come see that. LOL

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      C. C. Riter 8 years ago

      Oh, sorry. I misread the title, I thought it said sushi kilt. haha, now i must go up and read it. sushi kilt haha