Restaurant-style Raw Fish Sushi, Now at Home!

Raw Fish Sushi Recipe

Preparing raw fish sushi is an art. It does take years of practice to master the right technique. But who says you can’t make it at home? Home-made raw fish sushi is super tasty and fun to make. You get to add your favourite ingredients and fulfil your craving, without pinching your pockets! Wish to try it out yourself? Then, keep on reading.

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Restaurant-style Raw Fish Sushi, Now at Home!
Raw Fish Sushi Recipe
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Asian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
To cook the sushi rice
To make the sushi
Course Main Dish
Cuisine Asian
Prep Time 15 minutes
Cook Time 15 minutes
Servings
people
Ingredients
To cook the sushi rice
To make the sushi
Raw Fish Sushi Recipe
Instructions
  1. Place a rice cooker on high heat and add water and white sushi rice to it. Cook it for 15 minutes. Once the rice cooks, turn off the heat and add the rice vinegar to the cooker. Take a ladle or a large spoon and mix it well.
  2. Take a bamboo mat and lay the seaweed over it. Now layer the pre-cooked sushi rice over it. Spread the rice evenly. Then, add salmon, sliced cream cheese and sliced avocado on the rice.
  3. Roll the bamboo mat, and the ingredients present within. Make sure you roll the mat tightly. Now, take a sharp knife and cut the sushi rolls. Serve it in a plate with soy sauce.
Recipe Notes

Recipe Tips

You can add any of your favourite fillings like cucumber, asparagus, bell peppers and jalapenos to the sushi.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which other fish can be used to make this recipe?

You can use tuna, snapper or mackerel to make raw fish sushi.

Can I store sushi overnight?

No, you cannot store the sushi overnight as it contains raw fish, which tends to go bad.

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