Temari sushi (sushi balls). As you may have guessed, Temari Sushi was named after these brightly colored Temari balls. A fine example of food imitates everyday objects. Temarizushi, or Temari sushi, are small and ball-shaped sushi.
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These little sushi balls are a type of sushi called "Temari Sushi" (or "Temarizushi") in Japan. "Temari" is a type of decorative ball; the word "Temari" literally means hand ball in Japanese. This is where this type of sushi gets its name, because it's a small "hand ball" of sushi. Today I'm making temari sushi, AKA sushi balls. You can have Temari sushi (sushi balls) using 3 ingredients or less. Here is how you cook that.
The main ingredient Temari sushi (sushi balls)
- Prepare 2 cups of cooked white rice (sushi rice).
- You need 4 tbsp of sushinoko powder.
- Prepare of Toppings (grilled zucchini, avocado + smoked salmon).
Some of the ingredients I got will be hard to get abroad, but don't worry, you can use any ingredients you want. Just use your imagination to create your own temari sushi. All you need to do is to cut the ingredients and wrap them with rice into a ball. Beautifully hand-pressed balls of sushi goodness, temari sushi is the perfect party food.
These recipes cook in about 40 minutes from commence to finish, and 6 actions. Get ready to adhere these recipes to get you through a strenuous back-to-school spell!. Here is how you make that.
Temari sushi (sushi balls) guide
- Add sushinoko powder to cooked rice while still warm. Mix well and let it cool. (Sushinoko powder – powdered sushi flavoring bought at Mitsuwa supermarket, Japanese store in San Jose).
- Prepare toppings. <Grilled zucchini> Slice zucchini and grill them as desired. Olive oil is a nice touch when grilling. Gently salted and peppered. Completely cooled before making sushi balls. <Avocado + smoked salmon> Peel avocado skin and take pit out, and mash them. Add drops of lemon juice to avoid avocado getting brown and salt mashed avocado (just a hint). Cut smoked salmon in small pieces..
- Spread Saran Wrap (or a similar product) over palm (about twice as big as your palm). Place a topping right in the middle. Place 2 tbsp of flavored rice on top, and wrap it to a size of golf ball..
- FYI – Sweet sour sushi rice is usually made with cooked white rice mixed with vinegar, sugar, salt (+ konbu, a type of sea weed). I personally like using Sushinoko powder to avoid rice getting too wet. Specially, it’s easy!.
- FYI – Temari means Japanese traditional handballs..
- FYI – Toppings are usually (traditionally) sashimi fish. But you could try anything you like – cooked meat, pickled veggies, corned beef, ham, SPAM, cooked egg etc. Try your ideas and let me what you liked!!.
Sometimes also called temarizushi, it's made from sushi rice that's perfectly rounded by hand and made with decorative toppings. Temari sushi are gorgeous and always delicious! Prepare and cook the sushi rice. To make it easy to form the balls, use some cling film cut into quarters. Now put each of the selected toppings (salmon, mackerel, thin cucumbers slices, tuna.) into the middle of a cling film piece.