Temaki is really sushi in a hand-rolled form shaped into a conical shape or cone. It is also known as hand-rolled sushi. It’s usually made from vinegared rice and sashimi (raw fish), vegetables, rolled in a nori (seaweed) cone. Watch Justine Schofield show you how to make this popular Japanese dish which is traditionally prepared for family gatherings and parties.


If you have a passion for Japanese cuisine, be sure to try this Temaki recipe next time you have family and friends over.

Tips: when adding the rice, have some water on standby to wet your hands which will make it much easier to handle the rice when placing it on the nori.

Did you know: Togarashi, a red pepper mix that Justine sprinkles over her Temaki before serving, is Japanese for genus Capsicum, or specifically the species Capsicum annuum, and commonly translated as chili pepper. (wiki) Shichimi togarashi usually includes many spices such as yuzu, ginger, red chilli powder, seaweed, black and white sesame, as well as sansho pepper. Sansho pepper is a spice with a strong citrus flavor made from peppercorns from the Japanese prickly ash.

Shichimi Togarashi, a Japanese aromatic spices of dried chili pepper and other seasonings.

Temaki goes well with pickled ginger, wasabi, and dipping sauces such as soy sauce and ponzu sauce.


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