Nori is the Japanese term for seaweed, in particular the pressed and salted kind that you can find at most Asian supermarkets. Many nori fans eat the stuff as they would chips, since nori is slightly crunchy, slightly salty, and quite addicting. But nori is exponentially healthier than your typical Lay's salt and vinegar chips.
Vraymond02 shows how to make crunchy tempura flakes. Start by peeping a pan that will be used for draining. Mix your wet ingredients together, then put flour, water, and egg whites together to form your batter. Strain your batter, then heat your oil on high heat. Pour your batter slowly into the oil; drain when you're done. It should be crispy when done. If it's poured too fast or too much is poured at once it will bake a big dough ball that won't be right. Break the pieces up, wait 5-10 minu...
Are you tired of paying the high price of take-out sushi? If you wish that you could save on eating out and want to learn how to make your own Hawaiian rolls then this is the video for you! A Hawaiian roll is like a California roll but with a twist; it's star ingredients are shrimp and mango. Wow! your guests or even your family by learning a few quick tricks on ,how you can make these easy rolls at home.
Maki is a great Japanese sushi dish consisting of sushi and raw vegetables, wrapped in seaweed. Well, if you want to make your own maki at home, learn from a professional, like in this video. He'll teach you how to make the perfect spicy salmon maki sushi roll.
Attention sushi enthusiasts! The natsu maki, also known as "the summer roll" is refreshing and easy to make for sushi beginners. This roll is a great addition to the menu for those who are trying to make the transition to raw. What's inside this delicious roll? Cucumber, avocado and crabstick... essentially a California roll. Half seared and half raw salmon tops this roll, as well as lemon juice and kewpie mayo to make for a perfectly delicious meal.
Some hate the idea of sashimi, but others love it. If you love sushi, this is the dish for you. It's a Japanese meal of bite-sized raw fish, usually eaten with soy sauce and horseradish paste. And sashimi can be a very simple dish to create, but there are important things to learn about cutting the fish fillet, so check out these tips.
This video shows you how to make a crunchy shrimp sushi roll. The first step is to roll out the rise of a stick roller. You then lay seaweed down over the rice and add the type of meat of your choice to the roll. You then use the roller to compress all of the content together correctly. You then cut the roll into 16 identical pieces to complete the procedure. This instructor has many other videos on similar ways to make this type of sushi.
Do you love sushi? Do you love making sushi? Look no further. Try making the "Sunset Blvd." sushi roll with help from this tutorial. The Sunset Blvd. sushi roll includes shrimp tempura, crunchy crab mix and sweet and spicy sauce. Yum!
Want something different for dinner? Then why not follow this simple guide in preparing Unagi Nigiri - a delicious cooked eel sushi dish. Taste this Unagi Nigiri recipe. Make unagi nigiri (cooked eel).
Learn how to eat sushi the traditional Japanese way. This tongue-in-cheek video quite accurately describes how to enter a sushi restaurant, and also describes many unique aspects of Japanese culture.
This video explains how to make a New York roll. First of all spread rice onto the half sheet of nori and spread the toasted sesame seeds. Then add nigir slices of salmon belly, two pieces of Yellow Thailand, two pieces of seared sesame tuna. Then use a frying pan with oil to sear all four sides and then add sesame seeds on each side. Roll it up and tap each ends after that apply a thick layer of tempura flakes on the top of the roll and then roll the roll with a plastic wrap over it. To mold...
This video is for those of you who know what sashimi is and want to make it. To cut fish for sashimi, you have to cut the fish at a right angle to the veins of the fish. Now go and make some sashimi.
This video demonstrates how dragon sushi rolls are made. Rice is pressed onto a rectangular sushi wrapper. The wrapper is then turned upside down, and fillings are spread onto the other side of the wrapper. The roll is wrapped so that the rice is on the outside. Pieces of seafood are placed on top of the roll and it is garnished with flat strips of vegetable. The roll is covered with plastic wrap and then pressed into place. With the plastic wrap still on, it is sliced into pieces and pressed...
This video shows you how to make sweet shrimp nigiri. The instruct notes in text that the longest part of the process is just removing the heads and shell. The first step is to twist off the heads and dip them in the baking mix. He then deep fries the heads while he begins to buttery fly cut the back of the raw shrimp. He then makes balls of rice to lay the sliced raw shrimp on. The plate is completed by removing the cooked heads and laying them next to the sweet shrimp on rice.
The last time you ate sushi, how exactly did you eat it? Did you hold the piece of sushi between your chopsticks and then dip it in a concoction of soy sauce and wasabi? We know lots of Americanized Japanese restaurants serve their sushi this way these days, but all of this is wrong.
Forget going out to a sushi restaurant tonight. Instead stay at home and make your own sushi. Watch this how to video and learn how to make sushi with UKTV Food's New British Kitchen. Prepare sushi rice, cut your favorite sushi ingredients and wrap them with nori seaweed wrap.
This Japanese sushi dish has fish and fruit, all complemented by a red wine and vinegar sauce. Yummy. Make ceviche with ponzu sauce.
Mary Jose shows us how to make California rolls. Sushi is popular and this is one of the more popular dishes. The ingredients you will need are seaweed, rice, cucumber, green mustard (which is better known as wasabi) and salmon. The ingredients should be purchased at a Japanese specialty store. Enjoy.
An anonymous sushi chef explains how to make a Volcano Roll. First, he pats down a thin layer of rice over the sliced seaweed. Then, he spreads toasted sesame seeds all over the rice. A layer of salmon is then applied. He then spreads salmon eggs and scallions all over the salmon. Some tempura flakes go over the layer of salmon fish as well. He rolls the entire thing up very tightly to make sure it does not fall apart when eaten. He then deep-fries the entire roll and slices it into even piec...
This video explains how to make a spider roll. First, spread the rice for the spider roll. Make sure that the top and bottom edges have a thickness of 1/8 inches without rice, so that it won't squash it out when rolling. Then add some toasted sesame seeds. Place the rice patty vertical, with top edges empty, and place the deep fried soft shell crab into it. The claws and legs should be outside of it. Put some crab sticks, avocado and some cucumbers onto it and roll with leaf lettuce so that i...
An expert led tutorial in preparing sashimi using tuna, salmon, and halibut fish. Experience this How to Prepare Sashimi - Salmon, Tuna & Yellowtail video. Prepare sashimi salmon, tuna, and yellowtail.
Ever wonder how to make futomaki sushi and California rolls? Cut ingredients for filling. Remove both ends of cucumber. Make 6 cucumber sticks. Cut avocado in ½, twist, remove seed. Remove peel. Slice into thin pieces. Cut shiitake mushrooms into fine strips. Cut barbequed eel lengthwise. Using 2 eggs seasoned with salt and sugar, make egg omelet. Heat pan; add a little oil. Pour 1/3 egg mixture into the pan and when almost cooked gather on far end of the pan. Re-oil pan. Add 1/3 mixture of e...
This video explains how to cut cucumbers when you're using them in sushi. Begin by peeling the cucumber. Cut off both the ends then cut it right down the middle so you have two pieces. Hold the cucumber in one hand and skin it with the other hand. This is to be done in one, long, slow, rotating motion. The knife needs to be moving up and down the whole time while you are cutting extremely thin. This requires a lot of patience and time. It is very important to not rush through this. When you g...
Are you a lover of sushi? Make your own sushi at home with help from this excellent video from Sushi Vids. Learn how to make and roll the perfect California Roll. Get the step by step instructions you're looking for on how to make this delectible treat right here in this free tutorial.
Do you want to know how make a California roll? Then this video is for you. While this chef uses shrimp instead of crab meat, you can easily resubstitute crab back into the recipe. Enjoy.
Rice seems like an easy task, right? But it depends on what you're using it for. Rice for sushi is totally different than just plain, ordinary rice. Watch this video recipe to see how to prepare sushi rice the right way.
In this how-to video, you will learn how to make Spicy Octopus Sushi. You will need nori, rice, masago, scallions, spicy sauce, tempura flakes, wasabi, lettuce, avocado, octopus, a table spoon and a mixing bowl. You will first roll up two balls of sushi rice into 1 1/2 inches in diameter. Wrap the balls with a third of a 1/2 sheet of nori. Close the ends with some rice to make the ends stick. Grab a small mixing container and spoon and add a small palm full of tempura to it. Add a few pinches...
Sauté the tomato, garlic and onion in a little oil. Add in the pork and cook until brown. Season with a little bit of salt and pepper.
Explore the world of sushi with this how to video. Watch as our host shows you how to make a spider rainbow sushi roll. For this sushi recipe you will need: rice, cucumber, fried stone crab, salmon mix, Cajun tuna, and avocado.
Watch this video to learn how to make a quick sake maki or salmon roll.
The video starts off with the instructor telling you to roll together a piece of octopus behind the salmon. You then make a hole with your finger inside the salmon. The hole you made in the salmon is then filled with tuna. and then salmon roe is added to the top to complete the aesthetic value of the piece of sushi. The finished product looks a lot like a blooming flower and leafs growing under the base of the sushi roll.
Are you tired of making the same old thing for dinner every night? You could make some very exotic Japanese restaurant inspired Octopus Sushi. A Japanese chef shows viewers how to take a whole octopus and cut it into pieces perfect for adding to your sushi rolls. Octopus in this recipe is served raw and cold but you can cook up your octopus if you would like. Many people eat cooked octopus and it would be quite an exciting Monday night dinner.
In this video, we're instructed in the art of a Valentine sushi roll, a perfect little gift that's easy to prepare, and sweet even in non-Valentine's Day circumstances.
Make the perfect sushi. These sushi rolls are delicious and surprisingly easy to make. Food Safari presents this awesome Japanese recipe on how to make sushi. This particular sushi roll is called Norimaki.
Craving a California roll? Watch as sushi chef Lin demonstrates how simple it is to make this delicious Japanese sushi roll at home.
Watch this video and learn how to make a delicious Kappa Maki sushi roll. It healthy and simple to make, you'll need cucumber and salmon.
Koji Kagawa shows us how to make a Kappa Maki roll.
Are you a connoisseur of sushi? Then you know that the best sushi is fresh sushi. While you could go sit at a sushi bar and order your favorite tuna sashimi, you can just as easily make your own at home.
Rice, 1 bag of seaweed, 2 eggs, 1 carrot, 1 cucumber, 1 yellow radish, beef, cooking oil, sesame oil, sesame, salt, bamboo roller, vinegar.
Learn how to make a delicious Alaskan Sushi Roll with this easy to follow, step by step video. Starting with tasty sticky rice, bring out the various flavors of the different ingredients with an elegant design that anyone can do from the comfort of their own home. The upbeat music will keep anyone entertained as the focus is on the preparation with each ingredient identified as it placed in the assembly. This charming video will help anyone create a striking, tasty treat that's sure to impress!