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Fold the cling film over the salmon to cover pressing down well with your hands to mould everything together. Lay the salmon over the rice, followed by the chives and finally position the avocado across the centre. Fold the bottom edge of the seaweed over the filling, then roll it up firmly. You can have Salmon Sushi using 6 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Salmon Sushi
- It’s of Fresh Salmon Fillets *a block for Sashimi is preferable.
- You need of Smoked Salmon.
- You need of Sushi Rice *see me ‘Sushi Rice‘ recipe.
- It’s of Nori.
- It’s of Wasabi.
- You need of Tare (Sauce) *Soy Sauce, Ponzu, Teriyaki sauce or your favourite sauce.
Dampen the top border with a little water to help it seal the roll. Make the soy ginger dressing by mixing together soy sauce, rice vinegar, sesame oil, sugar, garlic, and ginger. Stir until the sugar solids dissolve completely. In a bowl, add some seasoned sushi rice and then arrange the salmon pieces, avocado, and cucumber slices.
Salmon Sushi instructions
- Nigiri-zushi Method:.
- Remove skin from fresh Salmon Fillets and slice them in 6-8mm thickness. Cut Smoked Salmon into right size..
- Make small Sushi Rice balls and place small amount of Wasabi on top, then cover with Salmon slices..
- To make Grilled Salmon Nigiri, the easiest way to cook Salmon is cooking only one side of Salmon slices on a hot non-stick grill pan very quickly. If you have a blow torch, you can cook the surface of Salmon after you make them into Nigiri-zushi..
- I brushed the Salmon some ‘Tare’.
- Maki-zushi Method.
- Cut Salmon into smaller peaces or strips..
- Spread out cooled Sushi Rice on the Nori sheet. Place some Salmon on the rice with small amount of Wasabi, then roll. Naturally you can add other ingredients such as Avocado and Cucumber. Japanese Mayonnaise is also quite nice for this sushi..
- Once the Maki-zushi has been rolled, it is cut into bite sized pieces with a sharp knife..
Salmon is one of the most common ingredients in sashimi, nigiri, rolls, and other raw sushi dishes. Eating fish raw always carries some amount of risk, so preparing the salmon properly is key. You should start with fresh, high-quality fish, but cleaning your work area and tools is also important to avoid the spread of bacteria. If you choose whole salmon for your sushi, you'll have to cut and debone the fish properly too. Fast forward to today: salmon is the most popular and common choice of fish meat used in sushi in Japan.