Yeah, like this needs yet another five-star rave...but...WOWWWEEE! I made a huge platter (about 100 pieces!) of several different rolls, to take as my appetizer to our supper club, and the fifteen people there fell on it like starving wolves. I used "Minado's Perfect Sushi Rice" (and it WAS perfect) and L's Busy Kitchen's spicy sauce for dipping, and it was all wonderful. No leftovers! My husband insisted on doing the rolling, though, after I assembled all the fillings. He says the best sushi chefs are men! (Hey, I was glad of the help...he's not much of a kitchen guy otherwise!)
I have always been intimidated to make sushi, but after running across these simple to follow directions I ventured to the store to get my ingredients to make some. Thank you so much for this tutorial Linda. You have made a sushi maker out of me!
You have made me look so good. My family thinks I am the best for being able to make sushi at home. We all love it and this makes it so much more affordable. I have tried different combos and we loved them all. I will continue to make this at home, thanks to your instructions and helping me through this.
You are the queen of my world tonight, Linda. I must admit I have wanted to do this forever, but it was intimidating, so I just didn't try. AMAZING and simple!!! We made all "cooked fish" versions for the first try, but next time we will go ahead with raw. Made crab, shrimp and smoked salmon with assorted veg and some with a little cream cheese. All wonderful. We even mastered the "inside out" version with the rice on the outside. Super good and everyone stuffed themselves. THANKS and thanks again!
Great instructions Linda! These really are so easy to make!
Thank you, thank you!! First attempt and I successfully made 3 edible rolls. I started with the california roll as I figured it would be a cheap experiment and edible even if I messed up. I also added the spicy mayo to some. I made them with rice on the inside and with rice on the outside. I look forward to all the fun I will have. Not to mention the money I will save by making these delicious bites all by myself. I spent almost $50 with all the ingredients. I would spend that on one meal alone for myself and DBF. I still have plenty to make many many more rolls. Thank you again!!
With these easy to follow directions my sushi making went off without any major hitches! These directions were so easy to follow and made my first experience making sushi a delightful experience!
We love sushi and decided to TRY to make some. They actually came out really well following this guide! I would recommend anyone who likes sushi to try this! Lots of fun and really easy following the instructions.
These are wonderful step-by-step instructions. My family had so much fun rolling and eating sushi tonight and we can't wait to do it again. Thanks for sharing these easy directions and photos.
My DH and I love sushi and I decided it was about time to make some. I had seen this recipe awhile back and saved it to make this winter. I think the instructions are perfectly explanatory and I was so happy to have a guide to go by Linda! This is so awesome and such a help to a beginner sushi maker like me!