Click the button below for an updated Article What exactly is sushi vinegar? (2020 updates including FAQ) Making Sushi Rice is one of the most important steps when making sushi.
To make Sushi Rice, you need to add Sushi Vinegar to cooked rice.
So, what exactly is Sushi Vinegar?
A standard recipe calls for Rice Vinegar, Sugar and Salt.
We use Marukan Organic Rice vinegar, Organic Cane Sugar, and Sea Salt.
The ratio we use is 5:3:1 (Rice Vinegar:Sugar:Salt).
(photo by Ko Song) Many our clients have told us how delicious our complimentary Sake Mojito was. So, we decided to share our recipe with you!
Ingredients: Momokawa Organic Jynmai Ginjo Sake, 3oz. (available at Whole Foods or BevMo.) Agave nectar 1oz. Lime Juice 1oz. Sparkling Water 3oz. Shiso leaf 1 Mint leaf 2 Ice Instructions: In a shaker, muddle shiso and mint leaf with Agave nectar and lime juice Add sake and ice and shake it well. Strain into a glass filled with ice fo
We are excited to announce Chef Kaz' second book: "Breakthrough Sushi Cook Book." In this book, Chef Kaz talks about one of the hardest challenges home chefs faced when they decided to make sushi: Getting Ingredients and tools, and where to get them like the rice cooker, knife and fresh fish.If you ever attended our sushi class, this is an excellent book to have to help you make great sushi just like you did in the class.
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In making sushi rice, it appears (based on the questions we received during our sushi class), that burning questions are:
What exactly is sushi vinegar?
What kind of vinegar should I use?
How do I make it?
When do I add sushi vinegar to the sushi rice? Before I cook the rice or after I cook the rice?
So, let's go over one by one.
1. What exactly is sushi vinegar?
Sushi vinegar is a mixture of rice vinegar, sugar, and salt.
2. What kind of vinegar should I use?
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A bamboo rolling mat to make rolls. Available both online, Asian Stores and Kitchen Stores including Sur La Table and William Sonoma. Daiso is the great place to buy them at great price ($1.50) If you buy a large one (
(Updated October 2021) This is something you can do at home when you want to make homemade sushi. Many people have asked us how to prepare salmon for sushi, so we decided to put the step by step instructions. Buy Ora King Salmon from Monterey Fish Market, Berkeley, CA Ora King Salmon is farm-raised in New Zealand and is rated as sustainable by Seafood Watch Guide. Monterey Fish Market carries this salmon, so go and purchase them. 2. Freeze salmon Wild salmon comes with parasi
Sushi Rice Use "Short" grain rice, or rice labeled as "Sushi" Rice such as Lundberg Farm Rice.
To cook rice, wash rice in water a couple of times. Drain water, put it in a rice cooker, then add water - the rice:water ratio is 1:1.1. (I used "Lundberg" Organic Sushi Rice - available at Whole Foods Market) Let it sit for at least fifteen minutes in summer and up to thirty minutes in winter before cooking rice. This helps the rice cook better and brings out sweetness from the
Here is a very simple recipe to make Shime Saba/Cured Mackerel. 1. Go to Tokyo Fish Market, Albany to purchase Saba (Ask them to fillet for you, if you don't know how.) Alternatively, you can go to Nijiya Market, Marukai, Mitsuwa to purchase them. 2. As seen on the above picture, place Saba fillet on the bed of sea salt 3. Cover Saba with salt. 1 hour to 1.5 hour 4. Wash off salt, soak in Vinegar for 7.5~10minutes 5. Flip Saba, soak another 7.5~10minutes #Recipes
To make sushi rice, you need to mix it with sushi vinegar. Aside from adding flavor to rice, addition of vinegar to cooked rice helps to prevent rice from going bad. The ratio we use at Breakthrough Sushi is Rice Vinegar: Sugar: Salt=5:3:1 (i.e. 5Tbl Rice Vinegar, 3Tbl Sugar, 1Tbl Salt). Some of the common recipe calls for 5:2:1. Traditional Sushi restaurants in Tokyo use no sugar, just rice vinegar and salt only. At your local supermarket (Whole Foods or Asian Market), you m
This recipe came to me when I was working at a sushi restaurant in Los Angeles. One day, I noticed that there was an unopened bottle of truffle oil. I’ve never used truffle oil before, so I thought the way to using it. I opened the bottle and then came a very strong and nice aroma of white truffle. Then, I thought it would go well with white fish like Tai. The aroma is wonderful and it's a perfect match with snapper. It's been a constant hit with our clients. They all told me
Here is a simple, and quick recipe that is great as an appetizer for your party.
Ingredients: Sushi Rice English Cucumber Cream Cheese Smoked Salmon Cooking Instructions: Prepare sushi rice (see our sushi rice recipe here) Slice English cucumber in 1/8 to ¼ inch thick Spread cream cheese onto cut cucumber Make sushi rice into small ball shape and put it on cream cheese Cut smoked salmon into 1 inch square and place on top of sushi rice #Recipes #Sushi #Appetizers
We think our Blue Crab California Roll is the best tasting California Roll we've ever come up with. So, here it is, our recipe!
Ingredients: Sushi Rice (for Breakthrough Sushi rice recipe, click here) 3 cups Nori 6 half sheets Crab Meat (Chicken of the sea premium crab meat) ½ lbs. Mayo 3Tbl Lemon Juice 2Tbl Soy 1Tbl Black Pepper to taste European Cucumber 1 Avocado 2 Sesame seeds as desired To make Sushi Rice See the recipe for making sushi rice here To make crab
(photo by Albert Law) Here is very simple, yet very very delicious recipe using peeled edamame. This makes great starter or mix with rice. Serves 4-6.
Ingredients: Edamame, Peeled, Frozen ½ lbs. Red Bell Pepper 1 Lemon Infused Olive Oil 3 tTbl Peach Vinegar 6 Tbl Lemon Juice 2 Tbl Salt 3 Tbl Soy Sauce 1 Tbl Cooking Instructions: In a pot boil water and cook edamame for 3-5 minutes. Drain water and let it cool down Small dice red bell pepper, add to cooked edamame Add olive