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How To Make Sushi At Home In India

By Janvi Punjabi

How To Make Sushi At Home

Konichiwa!

You will find Sushi everywhere these days in supermarkets, local grocery stores, food courts, or any restaurant. No matter where you are planning to dine, we are flooded with different types of sushis everywhere, and judging this spread of the dish around the world, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that the world loves sushi! There is absolutely no doubt that sushis are super delicious and fun to make. They make such an authentic cuisine are a total feast. You might be wondering, How to make sushi at home? Well, Making sushi at home will help you take your love for sushi to a whole new level because, honestly, it is as much fun to eat as it is to make. Read on to learn how you can make sushi at home.

Making them at home is one of a kind experience, and along with that comes a lot of learning about different things. 

Well, we are here to give you a simple guide to making the sushi at home and making this whole thing more fun. Before we get into the details and the recipe, let’s unfold some unknown and super fun facts about sushis. Let’s check how well do we know this extremely famous delicacy?

Sushi In India

1. Sushi Did Not Originate In Japan.

While for the longest of time they were considered a Japanese dish, sushi is said to be originated around the Mekong River, near Southeast Asia. We must absolutely thank them for inspiring modern sushi. 

2. Sushi Was Once Used As Currency!

Because of the extremely high prices of sushis, the Japanese were allowed to use it to pay taxes long ago! That’s how crazy sushis have been.

3. An Earthquake Made It Famous!

One of the most interesting facts about sushi is that it was once one of the most famous kinds of street food. It might surely be hard to believe that something that is so expensive currently could you a very cheap street food back then. Sushi was something that people could come, stand at the stalls, and eat quickly. Post 1923, when the earthquake hit, many sushi chefs were displaced. Thus sushi became expensive. 

4. There Is A Holiday For Sushis!

The first International Sushi Day was marked on June 18, 2009. This holiday was regarded with the motto-to encourage more people around the world to eat more sushi! Such an excellent idea, a holiday to indulge in this beautiful delicacy!

Sushi India

Well, without the shadow of a doubt – sushis are very interesting to know about, cook at home and eat as well. You can learn how to make these sushi rolls with this easy homemade sushi recipe. The fillings and the toppings are absolutely up to you so that you can go crazy. 

To make your experience of making sushi at home more fun and interesting, we at Book A Workshop have a new MIY-Make It Yourself kit.  

This MIY-Make It Yourself Sushi kit will help you take your love of sushi to a whole new level by enabling you to learn how to make your own sushis because, honestly, it’s as much fun to eat as it is to make!

Just add your favorite fresh fillings (get creative!), gather ’round the kitchen, and let the good times roll.

Along with this really cool experience, you also get to learn and watch all of this in a high-quality video along with this kit, where you get to learn how to make different types of sushi rolls.

So it’s time you exercise your culinary creativity instead of heading out to a sushi bar and enjoying an authentic sushi-making experience right from the comfort of your home.

Here’s a quick list of all that you will need to make the sushi-

  1. Sushi Rice
  2. Tempura Flour
  3. Powdered Wasabi
  4. Nori Sheets
  5. Rolling Mat
  6. Rice Wine Vinegar
  7. Tamari Soy Sauce
  8. Nori Komi Furikake Seasoning
  9. Togarashi Seasoning
  10.  Black Sesame Seasoning
  11. Some Vegetables For Sushi Fillings Or Meat Replacements For The Same.

All of these ingredients are a little too difficult to find in the market, which makes it a little too tricky to source them. But you need not worry. Our MIY – make it yourself sushi kit has it all. The MIY Sushi kit is going to be one of the most amazing and hassle-free experiences. 

Make sushi at home in India

After you have all your ingredients in place, we can now start making the sushi step by step-

Along with all the material in the MIY kit, Chef Nikhil also teaches you everything in an hour-long recorded video! 

Step 1 – Prep Your Ingredients 

It is absolutely important to have all your products prepped and ready to go before you start making it actually. All of them have to be properly assembled before you begin to assemble the sushi rolls. When you watch the episode where our Chef Nikhil teaches you, prep will be super easy for you. 

Step 2 – Making The Rice Right

So, sushi rice is the ingredient that can either make or break your sushi. It has to be made with utmost care and precision. In this step, you have to take care of a few things. Reduce the heat, cover, and simmer it for a while. By the end of this, your rice has to be perfectly made. The plus point here is, in our MIY Sushi kit, the video gives you some really helpful tips to make the perfect sushi rice.

Step 3 – The Knife Work

Once you’re ready with the sushi rice, let’s move on to the knife work, which involves cutting and chopping all the vegetables. The vegetables that usually go well include avocados, red bell peppers, yellow bell peppers, yellow zucchinis, and green cucumbers. 

The MIY sushi kit also gives you a shopping list, so you know what vegetables to buy.

Step 4 – The Rolling Essentials

Your ingredients are set, the vegetables are rightly chopped, the rice is ready, the next step is to roll the sushi. Rolling the sushi in the appropriate manner is one of the most important steps in making the sushi. 

Step 5 – Roll It The Right Way.

A lot of sushis are differentiated on the way they are rolled. It is important for you to know how to roll them in the right way in order to have the delicacy ready. 

The MIY kit is practically a one-stop-shop. It has everything you need to make the perfect sushi at home. So what are you waiting for?

Grab your MIY Sushi kits now! 

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