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This is a foundation recipe for the Japanese, you can flavour with any combination of filler ingredients you like, such as smoked salmon, crab or tuna
Sushi Rolls or Hosomaki are a very basic but popular sushi in Japan. Hoso means thin and maki means roll. We want to say “thin” because there are also thick rolls, Futomaki.
While Futomaki has a lot of fillings such as cooked vegetables and sweet fish flakes, Hosomaki rolls only have one skinny filling inside.
Because of the simplicity of ingredients and cooking technique, Hosomaki is suitable for home cooking as well as restaurant food.
The two most popular Hosomaki are Tekkamaki, tuna roll, and Kappamaki, cucumber rolls, and those are the recipes here.
Tekkamaki uses raw tuna which has a pretty red color against white rice. The name Tekka, hot iron, is said to come from this color.
You only need a little bit of fish for each roll, the price of this roll is very reasonable at restaurants.
Kappamaki is only cucumber and so is perfect for people who don’t eat raw fish. There is something for everybody in sushi rolls!
Hosomaki filling can be something other than tuna and cucumber. Takuan (pickled radish) and cooked Kanpyo (cooked gourd) are popular.
People in Japan also like Nattomaki (fermented soybeans) which is a little hard to swallow, literally, for Kansai (western Japan) people since a lot of them don’t like Natto.
Believe it or not, tuna salad is a staple ingredient for rolls now too.
We didn’t specify the amount of ingredients so you can adjust how much rice and fillings can be in a roll for your taste.
However, if you use our Sushi Rice recipe and use 1/4 cup in each roll, you’ll probably get 7-8 rolls.
We recommend you have extra rice and fillings to experiment and have fun making them.
You may need a couple times to practice to roll (I did!), but you’ll get the hang of it. (Watching the video really helps with this technique.)
Make varieties of rolls for dinner or better yet for parties, and your fiends and family will be very impressed!