How to Set Up Your Sushi Workshop

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Learning how to make sushi at home is not only fun, but also delicious, healthy and surprisingly simple.

Starting today and for the coming weeks, you’ll find everything you need to become a sushi-making guru, right here on our blog. In this post, we’ll help you set up your very own sushi workshop, with great information on:

  • How to stock your sushi pantry
  • Delicious sushi fillings & toppings
  • How to prepare some basic ingredients for your sushi

The Sushi Pantry

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Find out how to stock your pantry with these basic Japanese sushi-making ingredients, which can be found at your local supermarket or specialty shop.

Read about the Sushi Pantry.

 

22 Delicious Sushi Fillings & Toppings

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Choose from our à la carte menu of sushi fillings and toppings to create a variety of unique sushi rolls. Or use your own favourite ingredients for inspiration.

View our infographic on 22 delicious sushi fillings & toppings.

Basic Ingredient Recipes

hand-vinegar

TEZU

(Hand Vinegar)

Traditional hand vinegar is an essential part of  sushi making.   Prepared in a bowl, use it to moisten your fingers so that rice does not stick to your hands.

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rice

SUMESHI

(Vinegared Sushi Rice)

The key to great-tasting sushi is the rice.
Try our perfect sushi rice, Edo-style.

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wasabi

WASABI

(Wasabi Paste)

Wasabi is Japanese horseradish.
It is most commonly used as a green paste as condiment for sashimi and sushi.

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omelet

TAMAGO YAKI

(Japanese Omelet)

Japanese omelet is made by rolling together layers of egg.
Try our tamago recipe and use it for nigiri or in a variety of sushi rolls.

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This easy-to-make light and crispy tempura can be enjoyed alone or as a filling for a variety of sushi rolls.

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MariJoin Mari Toyoda, the creator of Wafu®, and learn first hand how to make your own sushi at home.

The seeds of the Wafu® story were planted when Mari Toyoda, a trained Japanese chef, immigrated to Montreal, Canada.

Mari grew up working in her parent’s Tokyo restaurant. In Montreal, she started a sushi business and a sushi workshop on the side. And it was here that Wafu® truly got started.

To serve with her sushi, Mari wanted a sesame dressing like the ones that she had grown up eating. Something smooth… creamy… tasty. Something authentically Japanese.

In her own kitchen, she created what was to become the first Wafu product: a versatile salad dressing with no colours, no artificial flavours, no trans fats… had almost no cholesterol or saturated fats… and was 100% delicious.

Today, Wafu® continues to bring the authentic flavours of Japan from the east to the west, so everyone can enjoy them.

By | 2017-07-17T20:46:34+00:00 January 29th, 2015|Great Food, Sushi Workshop|1 Comment

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