Spicy Tuna

Spicy tuna sushi
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About spicy tuna

Spicy tuna is a common name for different rolls of sushi with two things in common: the use of tuna, and a spicy sauce. The tuna this roll is diced into small pieces, so the size of the initial block doesn't matter. For that reason, some places use the cuts of the tuna that aren't big or nice enough to use in other dishes.


Making the roll

  1. Chop the scallions into small rings, chop the tuna into small dice and mix it together in a bowl.
  2. Add the mayonnaise and the Sriracha sauce, and mix. This is the roll filling.
  3. Take half a nori sheet, cover with rice and flip it so that the rice is facing the bamboo mat.
  4. With a spoon, make a line of the spicy tuna filling along the edge of the nori closer to you.
  5. Roll it inside-out and cut into 6-8 pieces. For more information on rolling check this guide - how to make an inside out roll.



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0 # Autumn 2013-08-28 02:23
Used this website and recipe tonight and had RAVE reviews from my husband and our guest. What a great tutorial for a beginner and so simple! I have bookmarked this to try other recipes. Making this at home was not only a cost saver, but it was fun to make a meal along side others instead of prepping and cooking all by myself. Thank you for putting this website together!
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-1 # Amy 2013-07-13 23:09
Haha, we have to be careful about having tuna anything in this house because of the cats. :) Soon as they smell tuna, they go crazy!!
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+1 # alexis 2012-09-25 18:47
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-9 # bobbu 2012-09-03 04:42
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0 # Brent 2012-08-18 01:56
Spicey tuna roll
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+3 # emad attia 2010-05-26 21:47
Very thankful this information and I hope more modern plates
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-2 # Amandaaa 2010-05-26 21:16
Wowww !
I love Sushiiiii !(:
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-13 # emad attia 2010-02-26 12:00
Thank you for the valuable information and I do not want boring detail of the work of the rice sector but sushi and all kinds of Alsosat used next to sushi
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+4 # Tasha 2010-01-05 17:21
I'd like to point out that you can generally put more stuff in uramaki than in classic rolls. I mean I'm just a noob, but I figured that out pretty quick.
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