Top Rated Sushi Recipes

Nigiri Sushi
Unlike the adorable little sushi rolls that feature meat, seafood, or vegetables wrapped in rice and then wrapped again in seafood, Nigiri simply combines rice and seafood into tasty little pieces. Want to eat it like the Japanese do? Skip the chopsticks this time.This recipe is courtesy of The Food Network.
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With locations in New York, Boston, Miami, Las Vegas, and internationally, Zuma creates some of the best Japanese cuisine on the planet. This is their spicy tuna roll recipe, which you'll find is simple enough to make at home, even for a novice sushi-maker. Be sure to buy the highest quality sushi-grade tuna at your local fish market. If your grocery store doesn't carry some of the Japanese ingredients, don't fret! The sushi will still be delicious if it's missing some of the elements. Feel free to play around with other common sushi ingredients like scallions, sriracha, chili oil, etc.For an even easier version, you could skip the rolling and simply combine all of the ingredients without the nori to create a spicy tuna bowl. 
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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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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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Ever think of sushi and latkes on one plate? This recipe does, with crispy fried latkes rolled up with cucumber, rice, and nori. Think of it as a Jewish tempura roll. 
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Cebiche Elegance
Peru's capital, Lima, is a city of many cebiche restaurants. In the summer, you can find all types of seafood, marinated with lime juice, salt, and a variety of ingredients for a bowl of super fresh flavors. In this case we’ve chosen to make a classic cebiche with one of New York's most favored fish: the fluke (in Peru we have a similar fish called the enguado). Its translucence and tenderness make it a wonderful vehicle for the refreshing and simple flavors of lime juice, cilantro, red onion, and aji. See all ceviche recipes. Loading... jwembed("video_box_player_inner", "refs=647", {"light":"1","width":"450","height":"338","skin":"player/mayamod.zip"} );
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Dish with Diane: Chef Michael Ferraro’s Salmon Tataki
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Dish with Diane — a series all about getting healthy and delicious foods right from world-class chefs themselves, brings you this salmon tataki. Tataki, a Japanese method of preparing fish or meat by quickly searing it over high heat, is the perfect way to make a healthy, quick, and easy dish. Click here for more Dish with Diane: Chef Inspired Healthy with Michael Ferraro. Or click here to watch the video.
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The great thing about this Provençal-style recipe is that it’s a lot lighter than most cannelloni recipes you see. No baking required; the filling is just a small serving of ricotta and mascarpone cheese, and the sheets are lightly greased in olive oil. The only real decadent part is the lobster jus, but trust us, it’s worth it. 
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