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Sushi!

Postby JFL Live » Sun Sep 28, 2014 10:38 am

I put this together a year or so ago when someone asked me how I make Sushi. Not everyone likes raw fish but if you do, this is how I prepare it. :big grin:



This is everything you need for Sushi... Don't forget the wine! I did not use the avocado this time or the jar of nuts or the miniature bottles of margaritas...

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Normally I only buy one piece of fish but they were kind of small at COSTCO tonight so I got two. Rinse the fish off really well.

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Slice the fish into pieces the same width as the seaweed paper.

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Then slice some pieces into small strips.

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Slice enough fish for 6 rolls then start on the cucumber.

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Cut the cucumber the same width as the seaweed paper, then quarter it and slice the seeds off.

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Then make then some thin strips similar to the fish strips.

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Now we're ready to make some rolls

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Microwave the sticky rice for about 1:45min. You only need 1/2 a package of Philadelphia cream cheese. Microwave that until it's easy to spread.

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Spread a thin even layer of rice on the seaweed paper.

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Spread a very thin layer of cream cheese on the rice, that helps even out the rice. Then lay out some fish and cucumber strips.

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Then roll it up!

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I usually make 6 rolls. It takes two packages of sticky rice.

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Let the rolls chill in the frig for 20 minutes or so. That helps firm them up before slicing them. Use the rest of the fish to make Sushi-me.

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And finally, dinner is ready! :cheers:

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Re: Sushi!

Postby YoDude » Sun Sep 28, 2014 11:00 am

Wow, an artist and a cheff. Way to go JFL! Looks good to me. Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Sushi!

Postby BlacktopTravelr » Wed Nov 26, 2014 2:58 am

:Umm: now I know why I stay out of the food section of the board. :bonk: For a man that is usually known as a meat and tators man that don't sound too bad. But I'll stay with my steaks and baked tators. :lolfall: :OhNo;
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Re: Sushi!

Postby 98VS1400 » Wed Nov 26, 2014 4:05 am

My steak had to be well done until I was 25 years old. I'm skipping the raw fish until I turn 50.

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Re: Sushi!

Postby DMIntruder » Wed Nov 26, 2014 4:39 am

98VS1400 wrote:My steak had to be well done until I was 25 years old. I'm skipping the raw fish until I turn 50.


Don't wait that long Keith, it is really quite good. JFL's looked pretty damn tasty. My first sushi experience was in downtown Tokyo on a business trip. Quite an interesting experience.

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Re: Sushi!

Postby 98VS1400 » Wed Nov 26, 2014 5:24 am

DMIntruder wrote:
98VS1400 wrote:My steak had to be well done until I was 25 years old. I'm skipping the raw fish until I turn 50.


Don't wait that long Keith, it is really quite good. JFL's looked pretty damn tasty. My first sushi experience was in downtown Tokyo on a business trip. Quite an interesting experience.

My wife likes it, I guess I can give it some thought...

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Re: Sushi!

Postby ddog6900 » Wed Nov 26, 2014 9:00 am

+1 on the sushi. I always try anything at least once before I say I don't like it. Not a fan of the rolls, but nigiri and sushimi are the absolute best.

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Re: Sushi!

Postby Jolsen » Wed Nov 26, 2014 1:08 pm

I love sushi wife doesn't mind the taste but can't get over the texture.

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Re: Sushi!

Postby ddog6900 » Wed Nov 26, 2014 5:57 pm

That's the only difference, except temperature.

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Re: Sushi!

Postby Leckbass » Sat Apr 02, 2016 6:22 pm

Nice job man!


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