Here is another easy-to-make sushi recipe from chef Devaux. This salmon avocado roll is so pretty to look at, yet so easy to make. With this sushi recipe, no sushi rice is used. You can forget about the not so creative part of making sushi, which is washing and rinsing rice, and mixing sushi vinegar while fanning until it cools down.
Preparing the avocado is where the fun begins. With a sharp knife, slice as many thin pieces as possible to create a rolling sheet of avocado with each slice overlapping another. One unorthodox approach to this recipe is using raspberry jelly and a brush to add aesthetically pleasing element to the presentation.
Impress your dinner guest with your own salmon avocado rolls.
After seeing typical nigiri such as maguro, ebi, and salmon for so many years, it is great to see sushi with a bit of creativity. This Salmon Battleship recipe is innovative in a way the rice is wrapped with a slice of salmon finished with salmon roe filling. I love salmon and ikura just as much. This recipe combines both to provide a new way to enjoy sushi. It is genius and I would love to try it.
The Spicy Tuna Roll Corn Dog is definitely not for the sushi purist, but hey, this is America. We need to fry everything. When East, the land of Sushi meets West, the corn dog country, you get Spicy Tuna Roll Corn Dog. It’s not for the corn dog purist either, but it can be a great way for a rookie to ease into sushi.
Jiro Ono, an 85-year-old sushi legend and owner of Sukiyabashi Jiro prepares sushi almost like a ritual as Anthony Bourdain receives each nigiri with gratitude.
Celebrities and people with sophisticated palate from the world visit this Michelin 3 star restaurant located in an inconspicuous place in an office building in Ginza.
Shinzo Abe, the prime minister of Japan brought President Obama to this restaurant on the first night of Tokyo Summit. With $300 to $500 price tag for one meal, this is not a place for casual social dining. It is designed for people who seek new palatal horizon.