Maki sushi is a roll of fish/sea food with rice wrapped in nori (seaweed). Two variations of the maki sushi are: Futomaki - "fat maki", the bigger form of this type usually made with two or more different fillings. Hosomaki - "thin maki", made with only one filling, usually fish or seafood, but may also be a single vegetable. For instructions how to make it, see our full guide on: " how to make sushi maki ".
Nigiri sushi is a popular type of sushi shaped by hand. It consists of a slice of raw fish, seafood, tamago or other toppings, lying on a "thumb sized" chunk of sushi rice, with a small amount of wasabi between the two. For instructions how to make it, see our full guide on: " how to make sushi nigiri ".
Inside out sushi
Inside out sushi ( Uramaki ) is similar to "maki sushi", except that the rice is on the outside of the nori, and it is usually prepared with more than two fillings - for example salmon, cucumber and, what seems to be a slice of pineapple. It is sometimes topped with a thin slice of fish, seafood or avocado. For instructions how to make it, see our full guide on: " how to make inside out sushi maki "
Spicy tuna sushi , is a type of sushi, made with a large piece of raw red tuna and avocado or cucumber. What makes the spicy tuna so spicy, is the special spicy sauce added inside the sushi roll, on top of it as hot drops, or on the side. Find out more on spicy tuna roll, how to make it, and the full recipe on: How to make spicy tuna roll.
Dragon roll sushi , is a popular type of sushi shaped like a dragon. The dragon roll is made with tempura fried shrimps, avocado and asparagus on the inside, and fresh fried eel with avocado on the outside.
California roll , is a very western type of sushi, made with crab sticks and avocado, and usually topped with tobiko. California roll is not made with raw fish, and therefore favored by many sushi fans as "risk free" sushi. Find out more on California roll sushi, how to make it, and the full recipe on: How to make California rolls.
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