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Popeye Sushi Burrito with Garlic Ponzu

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Happy Star Wars Day! May the Fourth be with you!  Our family always loves an excuse to celebrate and when we’re able to incorporate Star Wars, even better.  Today will be filled with Star Wars references, puns, and general silliness.  Tomorrow is another day to celebrate.  Not only is it Cinco de Mayo, but it’s […]

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Mango Sushi Rolls & Fuji Mango Madness

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Mango Sushi Roll Makes 1 roll 2 cups freshly steamed Japanese rice (white or brown) 3 tablespoons coconut milk 1 teaspoon granulated sugar 1/2 teaspoon freshly squeeze lime juice pinch of salt 1 mango, sliced 1 soy wrapper sheet (or 1 sheet of nori) 1. Place the hot rice in a large bowl or dish. […]

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How to Make Temarizushi (Ball-Shaped Sushi)

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Add this recipe to ZipList! Salmon Temarizushi (Ball-Shaped Sushi) Makes about 4 dozen balls 5 ounces sushi-fresh salmon, sliced into thin squares (1 to 2 inches square) 2 tablespoons wasabi 2 cups sushi rice 2 1/2 tablespoons mayonnaise 1 bunch of chives, chopped into 1/2-inch pieces 1. Lay a large square of plastic wrap on […]

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Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese, & Jalapeno Temaki Sushi—aka, “How to make temaki sushi out of a bagel.”

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When I was in middle school a bagel shop opened up in town called The Bagel Peddler.  I remember my mom taking my brothers and me there on several occasions, and I remember that my favorite bagel was their jalapeno bagel.  On one occasion, I remember getting a jalapeno bagel and eating it toasted, slathered […]

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Leftover Edamame Dip Sushi + Top Secret Julienne Trick

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I love leftovers. Does that sound strange? Well maybe it is, but I have my reasons! To start with, some of my favorite dishes can be made with leftovers: fried rice, turkey sandwiches, kalua pig tacos, etc. Plus, I love the creative challenge of coming up with fun ways to use up the last bits […]

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