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A tasty variation on this recipe is to replace the soy sauce with sushi vinegar. Obviously far less salty and the vinegar and the sugar blend for a very pleasant flavor.

I also garnish HEAVILY with pickled ginger.

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Denryu June 10, 2012

These are so good. A nice sweet flavor. Thanks for a great recipe. Now I no longer have to buy these when craving them.

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sweetp March 08, 2009

This did not turn out well. I am not sure what happened. I ended up with a soggy, salty mess that went into the trash. I did find out that our Oriental Market sells pre-made Aburage, so I ended up using that. I stuffed it with rice, then placed a piece of avocado on top and then topped with spicy mayonnaise (mayonnaise mixed with siracha). That was amazing!

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Annette NC March 17, 2014

I made these yesterday for a cocktail party I catered. Everyone Loved them. Thanks

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Laureen in B.C. December 12, 2007

Thank you my grandma makes these and I didnt know what to call the tofu packets! She sometimes put juliened carrots and other things in the middle as well. The only type of sushi I like. This is for those who dont like the taste of seaweed! :D

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Sumisan February 10, 2007

Amazing recipe! So authentic. Equal to or better than anything I have found in a sushi restaurant (don't tell my dad that..hehe)These are great for a bento box and are a good variation from maki sushi. I'l definitely be keeping this recipe!

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BirdyBaker April 27, 2005
Inari Zushi