• Mon - Sun : 8:30am to 9:30pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

sushi poppers

Desciption

these sushi poppers are tasty and do not require an expert to prepare. young children would find these fun to make.

Tags

# # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # #

Steps

  1. In a large shallow dish
  2. Spread rice and sprinkle with seasoned rice vinegar and sesame seeds
  3. Using a wooden spoon
  4. Toss gently to combine
  5. Keep rice covered with a damp cloth if not using immediately
  6. Using wet fingers
  7. Place a rounded teaspoonful of rice in the palm of your hand and roll into a ball
  8. Make an indentation in the center with your finger
  9. Place your choice of desired filling in the indentation
  10. In small bowls
  11. Make up a combination of fillings that you enjoy
  12. Dip fingers into water and pack rice firmly around filling to make a small ball
  13. Repeat with remaining rice and your choice of filling
  14. Sprinkle each popper with toasted sesame seeds and a dot of wasabi paste and place on a platter
  15. Cover with plastic wrap and keep at room temperature until ready to serve

Step 11

Total Time in Minute 40

Ingredients Count 11

cooking sushi  poppers

See More Relate Photo

Ingredients

Cooked short-grain rice

Seasoned rice vinegar

Toasted sesame seeds

Mango

Smoked salmon

Albacore tuna in water

Fresh small shrimp

Cucumber

Avocado

Cream cheese

Wasabi paste

Kitchen Product Offer


See More Kitchen Products Click here

You may Interest

affordable basic restaurant style tomato and macaroni soup

ever had this comfort soup in a restaurant? tomatoes, onions and pasta--always a winning combination. this recipe is simple, affordable and fat free. grandma made this popular homemade tomato soup in our family restaurant back in the 50's. experiment affordable basic restaurant style tomato and macaroni soup

almond cinnamon cookies

a browned-butter drizzle takes these super-simple cookies to the next level. almond cinnamon cookies

anita s rice hot dish

we all loved this growing up. it was the one thing mom could make that didn't get even one complaint from any of us five kids! anita s rice hot dish

authentic valencian paella

this is the typical, rich rice dish from valencia, located on the east mediterranean coast of spain. it is a mix of recipes i found on aboutvalencia.com and alicante-spain.com. this is the real paella recipe, the kind i had made for me in my exchange-home authentic valencian paella

baked club sandwich rounds

this recipe is from the pillsbury bake-off contest. (phil capaldi's) i made it for my daughters and granddaughters this weekend. they all enjoyed it. it was different from what i usually make and fun. i am not sure how much meat i put on though - just dum baked club sandwich rounds

balsamic honey roasted root vegetables

this is an easy, inexpensive, stress-free recipe even a beginning cook could whip together. perfect for fall and winter. this dish is usually served hot, but is also very tasty cold, either by itself or mixed in with spring greens and a balsamic or "godde balsamic honey roasted root vegetables

banana strawberry smoothy

this is a recipe that was recommended to me by a 'pregnancy health' website. i'll still be making it after i'm no longer pregnant, just because it is so good! the banana doesn't dominate the flavor for once! i'll sometimes have it for breakfast with a pie banana strawberry smoothy

beans with pork and tomato sauce

this is a recipe from ball blue book. a canning book i use a lot! prep time is for soaking beans! beans with pork and tomato sauce

beef lo mein

adapted from wonderful ways to prepare chinese dishes. beef lo mein

berry summer pudding from woman s world 6 22 09

very easy summer treat! for an extra treat, stir 2 tbsp orange-flavored liqueur, such as grand marnier, into the pureed berry mixture. berry summer pudding from woman s world 6 22 09

best cream of tomato soup

this is ultimate comfort food for me. serve with home made bread or a salad and its also great with a blt. i like leaving the skin on the tomatoes, but you can scald and remove the skins first if you want. the same goes for the potatoes--peel on is fin best cream of tomato soup

biscuits betch can t eat just one biscuits

my husband spent some time in louisiana and became very fond of the food there. now, anything cajun he just devours. i have several recipes from a deck of playing cards called "deck o'meals" louisiana cajun. here is one of 52:) biscuits  betch can t eat just one biscuits

Events.

Follow the food and cooking here.