We’ve all grown accustomed to Japanese sushi dishes in restaurants in our local cities around the world. We wanted to delve deeper though, and find the most authentic dishes from Japan (alongside some creative twists!) and share ways that you can make them at home.
The best thing about these recipes is they have been created by people who know wha they are talking about. They come from some of the world’s top bloggers. Make sure you check the rest of the recipes on their sites and bookmark the ones you love.
With most people unable to travel right now (and Japan being a once in a lifetime trip for many) preparing these Japanese sushi dishes at home is the perfect challenge. Grab some top-end produce and sharpen those knives. It’s time to get into the kitchen!
The Best Japanese Sushi Dishes
Tamagoyaki is a traditional Japanese omelet that’s easy to prepare, kid friendly, and packed with sweet and savoury flavors. Only 8 ingredients needed and ready in 15 minutes! You can make this as part of a sushi roll.
Recipe created by Caroline.
This easy sushi bake recipe is a twist on your classic California roll deconstructed and baked into a casserole. A quick and easy way to make a large batch of yummy sushi. Perfect for sharing with your family and friends.
Recipe created by Relle.
This deconstructed, healthy, no-fuss Salmon Sushi Bowl will satisfy all of your sushi cravings without having to go out! Comes together in just 10 minutes!
Recipe created by Leslie.
King Prawn Nigiri is the simplest item in a sushi set. Sushi rice is formed into a block before being topped with cooked king prawn.
Recipe created by Chloe.
A wonderful step by step tutorial with video including how to make sushi rice, maki sushi, California rolls, dragon rolls and nigiri sushi.
Recipe created by Debbie.
One of the key ingredients to enjoy a great sushi meal but why rely on something you get out of a jar. Make it fresh with this recipe and you won’t believe the difference.
Recipe created by Claire.
A vegan recipe for those who don’t want to eat animal products but at the same time not miss out on the taste of Sushi.
Recipe created by Liv.
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