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Sushi Recipes

There are many sushi recipes which you can try for your guest or you can have taste of it at home for yourself. Sushi is basically Japanese food by tradition, but it is presently enjoyed by cultures around the world.

"    California Roll
"    Californian Sushi Roll
"    Classic Inari Sushi
"    Crayfish Sushi
"    Fresh Tuna Sushi
"    Fruit Sushi
"    Inside-Out Salmon Sushi Roll
"    Nigiri (Finger) Sushi
"    Nori Crab Rolls
"    Philadelphia Sushi Roll
"    Salmon and Seaweed Sushi Roll
"    Shrimp Sushi
"    Sushi Pancakes
"    Sushi Rice
"    Traditional Japanese Sushi
"    Vegetarian Sushi

Americans have taken a much liking to the cuisine recently, and it can be found in  metropolitan and suburban neighborhoods with ease. While people may use the word "sushi" when referring to raw fish, the term actually refers to seasoned cooked rice. This sushi rice is commonly served with raw fish, but this is by no means the rule. Sushi can be served with a number of toppings and fillings, including seafood, vegetables, and spicy wasabi paste. There are many names for types of sushi, depending on the way it is prepared.

Nigiri sushi is hand-formed sushi made by pressing cooked rice into rectangle shapes and topping it with raw seafood and wasabi paste to give it different taste. Maki sushi is the more recognizable type of sushi, where rice and other fillings are rolled inside a nori seaweed sheet and cut into thick, bite-sized pieces this is the best way to present it and you should be careful while cutting it in pieces because it should be with small one bite able sized . A much lesser known sushi, inari sushi, is a pouch of deep-fried tofu that has been stuffed with sushi rice and other fillings like shrimp or cucumbers. All types of sushi are commonly served with traditional soy sauce and pickled ginger, which aid in digestion. And make it more chewing for taster.

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