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    Sushi and Sashimi

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    A delicious vegetarian recipe from Vegetarian Times magazine(2003).

    Recipe #206438

    One of the only ways I like green beans! This comes from Japanese Home Style Cooking, a book given to me by a girl who lived with us. Prep time includes allowing the beans to stand in the soy sauce.

    Recipe #29967

    Tamago is Japanese for "egg". Tamago yaki is sushi using an egg, like a sushi omelette. I really love it for it's sweet taste and light texture. You need a tamago pan to make this recipe. Any type of stock can be used in place of the dashi for a less fishy taste. Sounds complicated, but after a bit of practice, it gets much easier.

    Recipe #119558

    My family looovess these rice balls and they are often requested at get togethers. A simple recipe. It can be served as an entree with the salmon or the salmon can be left out. Make sure to wet your hands in water so the rice does not stick to your hands.

    Recipe #119231

    11 Reviews |  By Derf

    A friend makes these and they are delicious!! Wonderful appetizer from Company's Coming, Cooking for Diabetics. Chill time is cook time. Diabetic choices: 1/2 starch = 1 - 1 1/2 square

    Recipe #46014

    I found this at a Japanese steakhouse. My wife would never go near raw fish but this is cooked, an absolute must try for the sushi beginner! Go easy on the wasabi though. Kids love it too as an alternative to fish sticks.

    Recipe #15748

    GREAT SIDE DISH FOR SUSHI LOVERS! low fat, low calorie salad that goes with anything. try it out you will be bound to fall in love with it.

    Recipe #59172

    Delicious sushi and not hard to make. Enjoy!

    Recipe #84323

    This recipe is from California Egg Commission. Sushi is derived from two Japanese words, "su" which means vinegar and "shi" which means to control or arrange.

    Recipe #97087

    From the cookbook "Hawaii Cooks" by Roy Yamaguchi. This is a recipe for which he is well known in Hawaii, a sushi dish without the seaweed wrapping.

    Recipe #130096

    Ming Tsai is one of my favorite Chefs! I like many of his recipes. I have not tried this one, but it sounds very good!! Posted for Zaar World Tour 2005/Asia

    Recipe #137428

    This ginger is normally used to cleanse the palate between different types of sushi so you get the full flavor of each piece of sushi.

    Recipe #146070

    Never made sushi & afraid to try rolling some out? Try this layered version and cut the size portions that you wish. If you are hesitant to try sushi because of the seaweed sheets--this is the recipe for you!! This recipe does not use the seaweed sheets.Furikake nori is a mixture of shaved bonito seaweed, sesame seeds and wasabi horseradish. It can be purchased at oriental stores or online. Dashi is Japanese soup stock, which becomes the base of many Japanese dishes. This can also be found in the oriental section of a store or online. Passive time is the time for chilling and cooking the rice.

    Recipe #160702

    This easy to make sushi is simply all the ingredients mixed together, and then rolled into maki rolls.

    Recipe #175725

    One of my favorite types of sushi. I normally make this into "fat rolls" or Futomaki. If you are not familiar with Wasabi start with a little as you can always add more if needed. Serving size will vary depending on the thickness of your sushi. Cooking time does not include time for cooking rice

    Recipe #178696

    A fantastic combination discovered by accident one day. This can also be put inside rice balls.

    Recipe #186809

    I love sushi so much, sometimes I crave it so badly! I find that if I make the rice from scratch when a craving by the time I have finished I have gone past hungry or can't be bothered anymore. I discovered this method by accident and it makes a good sushi I also think it makes the rice easier to handle when rolling. Note: The amounts for the dressing are for enough to coat 4 cups of cooked rice. Reduce amounts if you are using less, otherwise your rice will be too sloppy to do anything with.

    Recipe #190284

    This makes a thick omelette which works very well in sushi. I like to use it in my sushi along with spring onions and mayo

    Recipe #208673

    Tamago is a thin sweetened egg omelet. Here it is added to sushi with spring onions and mayo for a tasty treat. Please note portion sizes are a guess as I normally use a sushi maker to make this type of sushi.

    Recipe #208789

    From Cooking Light

    Recipe #208938

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