1. Simple Salmon and Nori Sushi Ball
Master the art of perfectly spherical sushi balls, starting with this straightforward smoked salmon recipe. A simple combination of Nori, cooked sushi rice, and salmon, it’s a delightfully simple appetizer that will look great on your table, no matter the occasion!
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2. Salmon and Kewpie Mayo Parcel Sushi Ball
A slight twist on the Simple Salmon and Nori Sushi Ball Recipe, this parcel sushi ball looks far more complex than it really is. Salmon, Kewpie mayonnaise, and silky egg yolk come together in a beautiful parcel of delicate flavors, topped with a single salmon egg!
Serving tip: If you have already made several of our Simple Salmon and Nori Sushi Balls, arrange them on a plate, positioning roe topped balls between them for contrast.
Crafted from thin strips of sushi grade tuna and Nori, and topped with contrasting masago, this is a delightful wrapped sushi gift that will delight your dinner guests.
Serving tip: To enhance the beautiful contrast of these sushi balls, consider drizzling the plate with soy sauce. The dark hue will really enhance the color of the black roe against the lighter masago.
4. Pink Rice Edamame and Prawn Sushi Ball
This elegant sushi ball combines the subtle bite of raspberry pink rice with edamame and prawns-perfect for alfresco summer dining. If you’ve already mastered our other sushi balls, this whimsical pink creation will be a doddle to make!
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Serving tip: When creating a sushi plate for a dinner party or special occasion, pair lighter colored sushi balls, such as this pink one, with those of darker colors to broaden the spectrum of color on your plate. These would look spectacular with our Tuna Wrapped Masago Sushi Balls – the dark hue of the tuna being the perfect compliment to the pink raspberry rice.
This article was written by D.Devaux