Get creative with our new sushi variations!
Sushi rolls are magic: they let us experiment with so many yummy combinations — whether you like it vegetarian, with seafood, sweet, spicy or savory — the possibilities seem endless. Let us introduce you to our newest, quick and easy sushi variations. Of course seasoned and refined with our Kikkoman sauces. Sushi indulgence at its best — it’s easier than you might think!
Veg it up!
Who says vegetarian food has to be boring? There are so many juicy and delicious vegetables that – when combined – create the most amazing taste experiences while also providing your body with the nutrients it needs for you to feel good. Try different combos, roll ‘em up into makis and treat yourself, your friends and family to the most fun vegetable plate ever!
Possible combos for vegetarian maki:
- Deliciously nutritious: green beans and carrots
- Fruity-juicy: apple and red beet
- Sweet surprise: apple and persimmon
- Spicy goodness: celery with ginger
- Crunchy meets creamy: avocado and apple
We all know how delicious sushi tastes when dipped into our Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce. But here comes a hot tip: before rolling your chosen ingredients into finished makis, drizzle a little bit of our Sesame Sauce onto the rice and your chosen sushi toppings. Alternatively, you can mix peanut butter, water, sesame oil and our Kikkoman naturally brewed soy sauce. Only a few drops make a great difference in taste!
Delish with Fish
Sushi prepared with fish will always remain a classic, yummy treat. But have you ever thought about adding fried fish fingers to your uramaki sushi recipe? The combination of crunchiness on the outside and the softness of fish on the inside gives your sushi rolls an unexpectedly delicious twist.
Other surprising combos for your sushi delight:
- Smooth Uramaki: smoked salmon and avocado
- Fresh Gunkan Maki: prawns and cucumber
- Savory Maki: sardines and basil
- Crispy uramaki: fish fingers and mayonnaise
An egg-cellent idea
We all know and love our omelets salted — but have you ever tried putting sugar in your eggs? No, we’re not kidding. It’s a traditional Japanese way of preparing Tamago omelets for sushi. So sweeten up your sushi plate with our Tamago recipe!