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Yamamotoyama Roasted Sushi Nori Seaweed: Original (10 sheets)

Yamamotoyama Roasted Sushi Nori Seaweed: Original (10 sheets)

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With a natural umami and melt-in-your-mouth papery thinness, these sheets of roasted sushi nori make excellent sushi, but honestly, they make for a great (if light) snack all on their own. Use the provided perforations for easy tearing, or go rogue! We would never hold you back in your own kitchen.

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Yamamotoyama Roasted Sushi Nori Seaweed: Original (10 sheets)

Regular $5.99
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How Do You Make Sushi At Home?

If you love eating at Japanese restaurants and admiring how the sushi chefs create their artful rolls, you may be wondering how you can replicate them at home! First, you want to cook some rice - short grain is preferred! Then you can add seasoned rice vinegar and even vegetables like the Nagatanien Sushitaro Sushi Rice Seasoning to your rice. You can use a variety of protein for sushi, but we always love the convenience of tinned tuna! Take a sheet of nori (shiny side down) and place it on a makisu (bamboo rolling mat). Spread your sushi rice using a shamoji (rice paddle) and add protein. Then roll up your sushi mat and slice into maki rolls or make your big roll into a cone shape for temaki (hand rolls). You can add a drizzle of unagi eel sauce to the finished rolls if you’re feeling fancy and want an extra boost of savory flavor. Don’t forget the soy sauce, gari (pickled ginger) and the wasabi