3 Must-Try Sushi Recipes at Home, Easy!

Are you and your family a sushi lover? Usually in various sushi recipes and sushi making by chefs, a sushi roll made of bamboo will be used to make the ideal, dense and fast sushi roll.
Mothers can buy sushi rolls from bamboo which are widely available in the market at affordable prices.
Meanwhile, for a more authentic and delicious sushi taste like a home-made restaurant, you need sushi vinegar and sushi soy sauce which can also be found in grocery stores that sell imported goods or online.
If you're worried about the alcohol content, don't worry, there are now several products that are sold without alcohol.
For the rice used, it is more ideal to use Japanese rice which is rounder in shape, but using ordinary rice available at home is also not a problem.
Cooking sushi rice is actually not too difficult, wash the rice as usual or according to the instructions on the package. Add sushi vinegar according to the recommended amount.
A good sushi rice to use is one that is sticky and fluffier. Always use sushi rice that has cooled to room temperature.
For condiments, Japanese restaurants will provide sushi soy sauce, wasabi, and pickled red ginger. Sushi soy sauce is different from the usual Japanese soy sauce, in that it is thinner in texture and has been mixed with a little sugar.
Meanwhile, pickled red ginger is provided to "wash the tongue" after eating sushi so that it is not fishy and the mouth feels fresh and neutral again.
The presence of wasabi is not only a flavoring and condiment, but has its own uses.
In the Frontiers in Microbiology study, wasabi showed antibacterial properties and was quite effective against bacteria that normally come from food, such as E. coli.
Since some of the beating sushi is served raw, eating it with wasabi is believed to help kill bacteria so they don't harm your health.
Mothers curious about how to make sushi recipes at home? Let's see the review!




1. Homemade Sushi Recipe

Making sushi recipes at home certainly has its own advantages, for example, being able to adjust the sushi filling according to the preferences of family members.
Mothers play on words can enjoy sushi to their heart's content with less money, or feel more hygienic.
Material:
• Nori sushi specialty sheets (seaweed sheets)
• Sushi rice
• Sushi filling (chosen according to taste), for example salmon/fish sashimi grade or cooked, shrimp, crabstick, avocado, carrot, cucumber, cheese stick, omelet, or others
Condiment Options:
• Mayonnaise
• Sushi soy sauce
• Wasabi
• Chili powder
How to make:
1. Cook the sushi rice first and let it cool at room temperature.
2. Prepare the sushi filling, cut into long strips.
3. Prepare a bamboo roller and place a sheet of nori on it. If you're planning on making a sushi roll with  rice on the outside and nori on the inside, you can cover the plastic over the bamboo roll to keep the rice from sticking.
4. Spread the sushi rice on the surface of the nori, it doesn't need to be too thick. Leave an empty region of about 3 cm without rice. Flatten with the help of a rice spoon. To prevent the rice from sticking, you can wet your hands and ladle with water.
5. Arrange the sushi filling in rows vertically in a position slightly to the center. When you're done putting together, roll the sushi from the bottom up, making sure the sushi rolls tightly, but not too tightly so that the filling doesn't come out of the sides or crumble inside. To lock the rolls, moisten the edges of the nori left over with your fingers moistened with water.
6. Using a sharp knife, cut the sushi according to taste. Serve with condimen.

2. Sushi Recipes for Kids

Sushi can be an interesting choice of dishes for your little one who has difficulty eating vegetables or fish.
In addition, inviting your little one to make sushi can also be a fun activity to spend together.
Sushi recipes for children can arouse their appetite with colorful sushi fillings.
Material:
• Nori sushi specialty sheets (seaweed sheets)
• Sushi rice
• Sushi fillings, such as sausage, cooked salmon/fish, shrimp, crabstick, avocado, carrot, cucumber, cheese stick, omelet, chicken, beef, or other.
• Tobiko (optional), fish eggs that are small and brightly colored, such as orange or green.
Condiment Options:
• Mayonnaise
• Sushi soy sauce
How to make:
1. Cook the sushi rice first and let it cool at room temperature. Mothers can mix the tobiko evenly with rice to make it more attractive.
2. Prepare the sushi filling, cut into long strips. Choose an attractive and bright color combination so your little one likes it.
3. Prepare a bamboo roller and place a sheet of nori on it. Cover it in plastic if you plan to make a sushi roll with rice on the outside and nori on the inside to prevent the rice from sticking to the bamboo roll.
4. Flatten the sushi rice on the surface of the nori and don't make it too thick. Mothers can invite your little one to flatten the rice with the help of a rice spoon. Leave a little bit of nori about 3 cm to lock the roll later. To prevent the rice from sticking, wet your hands and ladle with water.
5. Arrange the sushi filling in rows vertically in a position slightly to the center. Mothers and little ones can experiment with different filling combinations.
6. Using a sharp knife, cut the sushi according to taste. Usually one sushi roll can be cut into 8 pieces.

3. Japanese-style Sushi Recipe

The definition of sushi itself in Japan is rice that is vinegared and equipped with fish or vegetables.
Sushi roll (makizushi), is only one of its kind that is popular and favored. There are still several other types of sushi, such as Nigiri, Gunkan, Temaki, Inari, and Chirashi.
The Japanese-style sushi recipe discussed here is the most popular form and is quite easy to create, namely the sushi roll or makizushi.
Japanese-style sushi recipes usually don't incorporate too many ingredients. The filling is simple, nutritious, and delicious, enjoyed with Japanese condiments.
In order to get more complete nutrition, Japanese people usually like to eat sushi with boiled edamame, miso soup, seaweed salad, and others.
Material:
• Nori sushi specialty sheets (seaweed sheets)
• Sushi rice
• Sushi fillings, such as fresh or cooked salmon or fish, cucumber, or tamago (sweet omelet).
Condiments:
• Sushi soy sauce
• Wasabi
• Ichimi Togarashi (Japanese chili powder)
How to make:
1. Prepare sushi rice that is already at room temperature. To make Tamago, cook an omelet using a little sugar for a sweet taste.
2. Cut the ingredients for the sushi filling lengthwise.
3. Place the nori on a bamboo roller, flatten the rice on the surface, leaving a little (about 3 cm) the edges of the nori to secure the roll later. Try not to be too thick.
4. Arrange the sushi filling. In Japanese-style sushi recipes, the filling usually consists of only one or two ingredients. Mothers can combine fish with cucumber for a fresh taste.
5. Roll the sushi from the bottom up, lock the roll by slightly dampening the end of the remaining nori and stick.
6. Using a sharp knife, cut the sushi roll into six pieces. Serve with sushi soy sauce and wasabi.

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