6 Reviews

I really loved the filling, but I found the rice a little too sweet. I cooked an extra 2 cups of rice and added to the mix, and that worked out great (although I now have a mountain of sushi in my fridge!) I will definately be making this again! I want to try it with canned salmon as well. Great recipe, thanks for sharing!

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Sara 76 July 31, 2011

This worked out great! I didn't have the chili oil/paste or sesame oil on hand, so I just added vegetable oil in their place, added a tablespoon of sriracha and half a teaspoon of chili powder. I will definitely be making these again!

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Kara S. September 04, 2014

This is a great way to enjoy sushi at home! I used chili garlic sauce instead of paste, so I had to add more to make it as spicy as I wanted. I'm definitely going to have to get a sharp sushi knife, though, because I couldn't cut the rolls without destroying them. We ended up eating my not-so-pretty version of hand rolls. Thanks for the recipe!

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Lucky Clover January 21, 2011

These little gems were delicious!!! I too think they tast alot like the ones at the restaurant (but alot cheaper)!!! I will make these anytime we have a sushi meal. We all loved it even the kids. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

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mommyoffour July 26, 2010

This is fabulous! It is a wonderful change from the Philadelphia Rolls, or California Rolls that I usually make. It does taste remarkably like the stuff I get at the sushi place, or the grocery. The spiciness is just perfect - not overpowering, but very flavorful. I'll be making this frequently! Thanks so much!

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Julie F September 13, 2009

My first time making homemade sushi & with your clearly written instructions it was actually quite fun! I chose a rolling mat & rice paddle at the kitchen store but DH noticed a plastic form to use for making the rolls, so we bought both to compare. The traditional rolling went really smoothly but my rolls were pretty big when compared to the formed rolls. The form was a bit of a pain to get the rice to release from but it sure made it easy to get a nice tight roll & when sliced they were perfectly bite-sized. I'll continue to practice the hand-rolled method in the future but the form is great for teaching kids how to do it. DH & DS went totally berserk over this recipe. The spicy tuna salad was absolutely delicious! Made just exactly as stated & it was perfect. I also used a rice cooker for my rice but used the recommended water to rice ratio for it. Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful recipe, OwlMonkey! Made for New Kids on the Block recipe tag game.

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**Tinkerbell** July 15, 2009
Spicy Tuna Salad Sushi Roll