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sushi poppers


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


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  • Carbohydrates: 62.5
  • Fats: 5.0
  • Dietary Fiber: 5.0
  • Minerals: 2.0
  • Proteins: 7.0
  • Vitamins: 5.0
  • Water: 1.0


  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

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Cooked short-grain rice

Seasoned rice vinegar

Toasted sesame seeds


Smoked salmon

Albacore tuna in water

Fresh small shrimp



Cream cheese

Wasabi paste

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