This week, we’re sharing some tips on how to make the perfect sushi roll, and some great recipes that will help you make the best of it.
But before we get to the sushi, we wanted to share a few of the best sushi recipes that we love to make and use.
Read more About the Author Anna Lee is the co-founder and CEO of Opus, a global sourcing and sourcing chain that is dedicated to sourcing high-quality seafood and seafood products at the lowest possible prices.
Opus also specializes in high-end sushi, with a focus on premium cuts of fish, which is why we love sourcing such a diverse range of seafood.
Opiss, a seafood-based company that specializes in premium cuts, like lobster and tuna, has an extensive line of sushi rolls and can also be found in grocery stores and specialty shops, as well as restaurants.
Opens: Sunday, May 12, noon to 10 p.m.
(EST)Where: 11th Street and Sixth Avenue in New York City.
Where to buy: Opus is located at 101 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan.
The restaurant is open until 11 p.t. and will be open all day on Sunday.
What to bring: For your first time eating sushi, bring along a small bowl of rice and a piece of bread.
This is a great way to start.
As you prepare your sushi roll with the fish, add the avocado.
Make sure to eat the entire roll, not just the top half.
If you’re planning on making a big roll, prepare a bigger portion and then cut the avocado into bite-sized pieces.
If there’s any leftover avocado, chop it into small pieces and add it to the fish.
The avocado and the fish will become the foundation for the sushi.
How to prepare: You can either make your sushi with fresh ingredients or use a rice cooker or pressure cooker to prepare your roll.
Make the sushi by preheating your grill for two minutes, then turning on the grill for another two minutes.
Once your grill is heated, start to steam your sushi until it’s ready to eat.
To ensure that your sushi is not over cooked, you can also add some ice to the pot.
When your sushi comes to the boil, flip it over and add the remaining ingredients.
You should have a smooth, golden-brown rice ball, the fish and the avocado that have been prepared, and your sushi rolls.
Serve the sushi with a side of rice, fresh avocado and a side salad.
Recipe: Sushi Roll with Fresh Avocado, Black Bean Sushi and Fresh Tomato Soup, by Anna Lee, Opus article Recipe: Chicken and Sushi, by Kristi Smith, Opiss What to bring with you to the restaurant: A bowl of Rice, or a rice-crusted portion of your favorite rice with your choice of fish.
Your choice of tuna or salmon.
A side of white rice, a salad with rice and an avocado.
A bowl or two of fresh avocado.