Top Rated Sushi Recipes

Quick and Easy Pickled Ginger Recipe
If you’re a fan of ginger, then you know about the sweet and mild flavor of the pink pickled ginger that accompanies your sushi. Pickled ginger is a flavor-packed treat that is simple to make and will last you a couple weeks.   This recipe is super-easy, so you can go from a knob of ginger to delicious pickled ginger in about 24 hours. Enjoy with sushi, seared tuna, or simply on its own. Click here to see more pickling recipes and tips. 
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Vegan Kale and Black Sesame Sushi Bowl
This is clean food. Nutty brown sushi rice provides the comforting base for a colorful, satisfying bowl of crisp, zingy, taste-popping flavors. It’s the kind of food I crave for a weekday lunch when I need sustenance for running around. There are a couple of Japanese places in London where they do a bento box full of rice, avocado, and seaweed, which I often pick up on the fly.If I’m at home, though, or if I have time the night before, I make this; it’s as good cold as it is warm. I have written the recipe to serve two but you can double it for a dinner for four — it’s a perfectly complete one-bowl light dinner on a sunny day.Black sesame seeds are pretty dark blue-black seeds and have a distinct, deeper sesame taste than their white counterparts. Black sesame seeds are high in both vitamin E and antioxidants. I buy black sesame seeds from Chinese or Japanese food stores or spice shops. If you can’t find them, just use some well-toasted white ones instead. — Anna Jones, author of A Modern Way to Eat.
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Ceviche
When the weather gets warm, nothing quite beats a cool and refreshing ceviche. In this recipe, cubed fresh sushi-grade tuna is tossed with lime zest and juice to gently “cook” a portion of the fish (the beauty of tuna — especially sushi-grade — is that it is so good eaten raw). Finely chopped jalapeños give the mixture a kick, while cubed avocado offers a creaminess that cools the heat of the pepper. For a dinner party, serve the ceviche in a martini glass for a decorative look. At cocktails, fry up wonton or plantain cups and add a tablespoon of ceviche on top. Dining à deux? Ceviche atop a bed of greens, coupled with a warm flatbread or toasted crostini, is a light and healthy meal that is great for those nights when it’s too hot to cook.
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Sushi Bowl
This recipe is packed with healthy fats from the avocado and fish, and plant-based protein from the quinoa. With just five minutes of prep time, it’s a great weeknight dinner solution.
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Turkey BLT Sushi Rolls
This whimsical twist on a classic sandwich, the BLT, is fun to make and delicious. Don't worry — all the classic elements are there: bacon, lettuce, and tomato. For a healthy twist, though, we used turkey bacon instead of pork, and incorporated some quinoa into the rice mixture. Click here to see Reinventing the BLT — 9 Ways.
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Banana "Sushi"
Packed with fiber and heart-healthy potassium, these one-bite treats, courtesy of Family Fun magazine, lend themselves to tasty customization. Can’t eat peanut butter? This recipe also works with sunflower-seed or soy butter.Click here for more of our best banana recipes.
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Justin Warner, chef at Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Do or Dine restaurant, came up with an inventive twist on a classic Thanksgiving dinner. Wrap turkey and cranberry sauce with nori and mashed potatoes for a creative sushi dish. Serve with a gravy dipping suace to round out the flavors and sushi-eating experience. 
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This easy but fun cocktail is the perfect evening starter created by Sushi Roxx, a new sushi and cabaret restaurant in midtown Manhattan. If you're getting ready for a night on the town, this should be your go-to.
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Create an even healthier version of sushi with this recipe using parsnip-rice. 
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Peanut Butter and Jelly 'Sushi'
My kids love to say they eat sushi, even if it is made with peanut butter. We incorporate peanut butter into my youngest daughter’s diet almost daily, per our doctor’s recommendation. She is severely allergic to tree nuts and has a slight allergy to peanuts. Because the peanut allergen levels are so low, her doctor suggested she eat peanuts daily so she doesn’t become more allergic to them. (Do not follow this advice without your doctor's recommendation.) Although we were nervous about this routine at first, the doctor was right: She’s never had a reaction to peanuts. Let’s just say it’s a good thing she likes peanut butter! Still, we have to get tricky to keep things fresh and new. Be sure to include a reusable fork. Click here to see 13 Easy Recipes for Back-to-School Meal Planning.
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'Mock' Sushi
This recipe is perfect when you're strapped for time, and kids will think you're super fancy for serving something sushi-like for dinner (and have a blast building their own handrolls). Just grab your favorite vegetables (cucumbers and asparagus work well), some steamed shrimp, and soy sauce to fix it all up. Click here to see Fast and Furious Dinner Recipes — 20 Minutes or Less.
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