Smoked Salmon and Mango Sushi With Citrus-Soya Dipping Sauce

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 0 mins

Delicious sushi and not hard to make. Enjoy!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In small bowl, dissolve sugar in vinegar.
  2. Stir into the rice and set aside to cool.
  3. Wet hands with cold water.
  4. Place 2 tbsp.of cooled rice into palm of one hand.
  5. Make a hollow and place a piece of mango in the hollow.
  6. Shape into a ball around the mango.
  7. Place a tiny ball of wasabi on the rice and drape a piece of smoked salmon over each ball.
  8. Serve with pickled ginger, and dipping sauce (instructions below).
  9. For dipping sauce:Whisk together all ingredients.


Most Helpful

These were divine ,i made them to have at my mum's 50th and they were gone within minutes everybody loved them

Angel-mae & cleopatra's mummy October 24, 2011

Aviva, you knew this was right up my alley when you brought it to my attention! We were invited out for Saturday lunch, and when I asked if I could bring anything, my friends jumped at the chance for some homemade sushi. Just one problem: I hate mangoes. No problem, really, just substituted avocado, and it was delicious! I used some Scottish smoked salmon, and except for using avocado instead of mango, followed the recipe exactly. The dipping sauce is truly unique and delicious! Since I like having a wasabi inferno in my sinuses, I also mixed in some wasabi in my own dipping sauce, but my friends went wasabi-less and said it was just perfect as is. Thanks Aviva, got any more great recipes, just send them my way!

Mirj March 03, 2004

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