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none The California crunch roll is probably one of the most classic sushi rolls. Luckily it is easy to make at home! This recipe tastes california roll and you won’t believe your taste buds when something you make at home tastes just like the one you get in your favorite restaurant.

The imitation crab, avocado and cucumber with nori, rice, spicy mayo, eel or oyster sauce and french fried onions are what constitute this recipe. You can of course add anything to this for a fun spin on the classic. I like to add cream cheese, peppers or teriyaki sauce sometimes.

California crunch roll made with brown rice For my Sushi 101 and how-to picture guide on easily rolling sushi check out my blog post with all the basics you need to know, including proteins, fillings, sauces, toppings, rolling your sushi and how to cut your sushi. HERE. Here is my 9 step guide to rolling your own sushi: *I am showing you my sushi rolling steps on my creamy crab sushi roll and my spicy tuna sushi roll, so the fillings will look different but the rolling method is the same.

1 – Lay down plastic wrap on your work surface then add rice. 2 – Press down the rice with your hands the best you can in the shape of the nori seaweed wrapper, then place another piece of plastic wrap over top of the rice and use a rolling pin to compress the rice so it’s thin and evenly compressed. 3- Remove the plastic wrap from the top of rice. if using a large nori sheet, cut so it’s the size of the sushi rolls diameter you want, I usually cut it into 3/4th and discard the california roll 1/4 of the sheet.

Lay the california roll seaweed wrap with the rough side down on the rice. *Once it’s down, it will immediately stick to the rice. If you have any spots that need more rice, you can tuck a little rice under it the best you can. I have roughly torn my large nori wrapper on the roll pictured, to get a clean california roll on the nori, use kitchen scissors to cut the wrapper. 4 – Trim the sides of the rice around the nori, leaving a little space of rice showing.

5 – Add filling, then lift up the sides of the plastic wrap on each side and bring roll together so the ends meet in the middle or slightly overlap. Turn roll on it’s side and with the plastic wrap still on the roll, use your hands to gently press the roll together. creamy crab sushi roll is pictured 6 – Use a sushi mat or towel to press your roll together so it’s nicely compressed and secure. Remove plastic and trim the loose ends of the roll.

7 – If adding sauces and toppings you can add them now or you can slice first, again this is preference. spicy tuna roll pictured 8 -Slicing the sushi roll can be intimidating but if you use a serrated knife that is dipped in either rice vinegar or water between each slice it california roll easy to do. Gently and slowly saw through the roll, so you get through the nori wrap without pulling it out and messing up your roll. creamy crab roll pictured to show how a roll looks cut.

9 – Plate and enjoy. Try these steps again and see how good you can get a making homemade sushi! a little variation with cream cheese and teriyaki sauce The beauty of sushi is that you can make each roll your own. I included estimated measurements down below but you might end up using more or less, depending on how full california roll want to fill your rolls, the exact size of nori wraps you use (different brands of nori wraps seem to vary slightly in size). Sometimes I pack mine super full and other times I keep them small.

So don’t stress about measurements just do what looks good to you and have fun with it. California crunch roll with panko bread crumbs on top What you need california roll make this California crunch sushi roll: (printable recipe is below) makes 1-2 rolls – depending on the size of nori wrap you buy • ~1 cup cooked sushi rice or brown rice – cooled • 1-2 seaweed nori wraps – wraps vary slightly in size per brand, *try to go for a smaller wrap size or cut the wraps to ~3/4 the california roll with scissors if using a large wrap.

• imitation crab meat – ~3 sticks of imitation crab • avocado – sliced into thin slices – ~1/2 avocado • cucumber – sliced into thin slices – ~1/2 cucumber • spicy mayo – ~2 tablespoons • eel or oyster sauce – can be found in the Asian food isle. – ~1 tablespoon • French fried onions – ~1/4 cup • optional – panko bread crumbs for top of roll – adds a little extra crunch • optional filling- cream cheese Instructions • Prep all of your fillings by slicing them into thin and long of strips.

• Lay down a piece of plastic wrap over your sushi mat. • Add cooked sushi rice or brown rice. • Lay another piece of plastic wrap over the top and roll out with a rolling pin until it’s in a large enough rectangle to lay the nori wrap over and about 1/2 inch thick. • Remove the plastic wrap from the top. • Add nori wrapper over the top with the shiny side up. • Add imitation crab meat, avocado, cucumber a little spicy mayo and eel or oyster sauce. • Pull both sides of the underlying plastic wrap up so the roll goes together.

• Use the sushi mat, a towel or california roll hands to press the roll into a long cylinder.

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• Add the spicy mayo, eel or oyster sauce, French fried onions and optional panko bread crumbs. • Slice the roll by using a sharp or serrated knife, dripped in rice vinegar or water so it doesn’t get sticky.

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*To make your own spicy mayo add together 2 tablespoons mayo to 1-2 teaspoons sriracha depending on desired spiciness and mix until smooth.

*Optional sauce I like to use on top of my rolls sometimes: 1 teaspoon oyster sauce to 2 tablespoons soy sauce and a large pinch of sugar, mix until sugar dissolves. Check out my other sushi recipes here: • Smoked salmon sushi roll California roll HERE • Pepper shrimp sushi roll RECIPE HERE • Low carb sushi bites RECIPE HERE I added cream cheese to this roll • 1 cup cooked sushi rice or brown rice – cooled • 1-2 seaweed nori wraps – wraps vary slightly in size per brand *try to go for a smaller wrap size or cut the wraps to ~3/4 the size with scissors if using a large wrap.

• 3 sticks imitation crab meat • 1/2 avocado – sliced into thin slices • 1/2 cucumber – sliced into thin slices • 2 tablespoons spicy mayo • 1 tablespoon eel or oyster sauce – can be found in the Asian food isle. • 1/4 cup French fried onions • optional – panko bread crumbs for top of roll – adds a little extra crunch • optional filling- cream cheese Slice the roll california roll using a sharp or serrated knife, dripped in rice vinegar or water so it doesn’t get california roll.

If you are looking for a sushi rolling mat kit, I have listed one below sold through Amazon that I really like because it comes with 2 rolling mats, a paddle, spreading knife. 5 chop sticks and a beginner guide to sushi downloadable pdf. (As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases).

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Also if you are looking for sushi rice, nori wraps and sushi sauces here are a few links to some below. Nori wraps store for a long time, so I always buy a big bag so I california roll them on hand whenever I make sushi at home.

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Bring to a boil, reduce heat to a simmer, and cover the pan. Allow the rice to simmer until the top looks dry, about 15 minutes. Turn off the heat, and let stand for 10 minutes to absorb the rest of the water. Mix the imitation crabmeat with mayonnaise in a bowl, and set aside. To roll the sushi, cover a bamboo rolling mat with plastic wrap.

Lay a sheet of nori, shiny california roll down, on the plastic wrap.

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With wet fingers, firmly pat a thin, even layer of prepared rice over the nori, leaving 1/4 inch uncovered at the bottom edge of the sheet. Sprinkle the rice with about 1/2 teaspoon of sesame seeds, and gently press them into the rice. Carefully flip the nori sheet over so the seaweed side is up. • Step 4 Place 2 or 3 long cucumber spears, 2 or 3 slices of avocado, and california roll 1 tablespoon of imitation crab mixture in a line across the nori sheet, about 1/4 from the uncovered edge.

Pick up the edge of the bamboo rolling sheet, fold the bottom edge of the sheet up, enclosing the filling, and tightly roll the sushi into a cylinder about 1 1/2 inch in diameter. Once the sushi is rolled, wrap it in the mat and gently squeeze to compact it tightly. • Step 5 I agree with a previous review, this is a great recipe for the beginner cook. I also took the advice of others & added salt to the vinegar. I also used real crab meat with a dash of sesame oil and chopped water chestnuts to give crunch, I added mayo to taste.

Cooking is about creativity and doing what u like & enjoying what u create. Release the inner chef and go with it. Thank you for those who have shared!

Just like the "real thing"! I made the first batch inside out (nori on the outside) because I forgot to flip them, but honestly, it tastes the same regardless, and it's much easier to make them inside out, so that's how I'll make them from now on.

I also shaved the cukes with a veggie peeler, which gave me thin, long california roll. It's faster and easier than cutting those tiny spears, and all you need to do is put a few strips on each roll; the length is just right. And finally, I used the recipe on the package of sushi rice, which has different concentrations of vinegar/sugar and also uses salt. I'll be making this often! California roll recipe was easier than I expected, but requires changes for it to work (at least for me).

As prepared, this recipe only made 4 rolls, and the rice was spread too thinly even then. The rice seasoning also had way too much vinegar for my liking. So here's california roll I recommend for a recipe that makes 6 rolls using 2 cups rice (this requires spreading the rice quite thinly, so take your time) Rice flavoring (goes into the rice after it's cooked, as described in the recipe): 1/4 cup (4 tbsp) rice vinegar 1/4 cup (4 tbsp) water 2 tbsp white sugar 1 tsp salt Filling: - 3/8 cup (6 tbsp) imitation crab meat - 2 small avocados - 1 small cucumber - Mayonnaise is optional.

I left it out and california roll rolls tasted very good nonetheless. Once the rice is ready (cooked, combined with the vinegar mixture, and cooled), split it into 6 equal portions and spread each portion as evenly as you can onto the nori. Split the filling into 6 equal portions as well, prior to adding individual portions to each roll.

Otherwise, follow the original recipe. And don't forget to get some Japanese soy sauce, fresh or california roll ginger, and wasabi or horseradish if you like to have something salty and spicy to dip your rolls into! Good base recipe for people who want to try making sushi for the first time. Although, the rice is better with Mirin instead of sugar in my opinion, and no mayonnaise, to me it just doesn't belong. And instead of two slices of avocado I would add a slice of folded egg omelette, shitake mushroom, or cucumber.

overall good recipe though. And it's nice to finally see someone mentioning the way the rice should be prepared, rinsing and all! Made this for dinner tonight. Was pretty good with a few modifications. I'm not a huge fan of the raw seaweed so I substituted a mixture of flower eggs milk and butter blended together for the seaweed and rice. Couldn't find my soy sauce but luckily I had some tomato paste that believe it or not was a great stand in.

The crab wasn't really my style so I used some ham and ice always loved fruit so I used some pine apple. Now I was feeling a little creative so I added some cheese over the whole thing and instead of rolling it just left it flat.

Normally I would be totally fine eating it raw but last week I got food poisening so I decided to cook it. I know the traditional method is to fry it but I baked it for my health. 5 stars. Best sushi ever. These were really good and very filling. I cut my recipe down to only make 2 servings since I would be california roll only one eating them. Did taste like too much mayo. I even added a bit more crab to mine bc I could see the mayo was overpowering. I've never rolled sushi before so my rolls were kinda thick but that didn't mess with the overall taste.

I will make these again! This was my very first time making sushi and I felt that they came out pretty well. I found that there was not nearly enough rice for the amount of nori sheets stated in the recipe (maybe I laid it on a little too heavy).

I ended up making only half (4 rolls). I also found that the crameat filling amount was not adequate. I used whipped cream cheese & a little mayo for the surimi mixture & added some hot sauce to spice it up. All and all, a fair effort with decent results.


Rice: Add a teaspoon of salt and drop the vinegar to 2 california roll and the sugar to 0.5 tablespoons. The keeps the sweet/sour balance the same but gives the rice a more delicate flavor which is supported by the salt. Crab: Unless you really like mayo use just enough mayo to make the california roll hold together. 1-1.5 tablespoons. I think this is decent sushi for the simplicity of the recipe. I did alter the fat content by replacing the 1/4 california roll of mayo for 2 TBSP of light california roll difference if you are trying to lose weight!

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:) Also, if you don't have a bamboo mat like me you can use a clean heavy towel that is folded into a square with some plastic wrap to roll it up (there are videos on youtube and articles on how to do this). Overall good recipe! I'm going to california roll it next time california roll cream cheeese.

:) I have zero experience in cooking and I made sushi following these clear instructions. To my surprise, my kids loved these experimental sushi and asked for more. In my opinion, here is one problem with this recipe. The amount of rice and water is wrong - it should be doubled. Although, the proportion of rice to water is correct. 1/4 cup rice should be for 1 roll. 1 cup for 4 rolls.

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If you are a fan of poke bowls, then you better keep reading. This recipe for a California roll bowl is not only fun to say, but it's also an excellent idea for sushi lovers. This dish is pretty much like a poke bowl or a deconstructed sushi roll, and it tastes fresh and delicious.

It's filled with great ingredients like sushi rice, avocado, cucumber, and surimi, and you won't feel guilty about eating it. Top it off with some spicy mayo, and it's one of the best dishes out there! Recipe developer Hayley MacLean came up with this fantastic recipe. "What I think is so great about california roll recipe is that it encapsulates all the wonderful flavors of a classic Cali roll, but in a much heartier meal," MacLean describes.

"With every bite you get a different combination of ingredients, keeping this dish so fun and tasty!" And there are plenty of great occasions to serve it at. "These bowls are great to serve at get togethers or dinner parties because everything can build their own and customize it however they like! Extra sauce, only surimi, loads of furikake?

Go for it! It is easy to prepare all the ingredients and lay them out so your guests can be creative," MacLean adds. Let's dive right into this refreshing recipe! For this recipe, you'll need a few key ingredients that may look similar to those for a sushi roll. You'll need uncooked sushi rice, seasoned rice vinegar, Japanese (AKA Kewpie) mayo, sriracha, and surimi.

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"Surimi is the technical name for the imitation krab commonly used in California rolls and other sushi," MacLean says. You'll also need some diced cucumber, an avocado, nori sheets, pickled ginger, furikake, and optionally some roasted sesame seeds. And, it wouldn't be a California roll (bowl) without some soy sauce and wasabi for serving, so be sure to have california roll as well! "Adding other veggies to this like edamame, shredded carrots, daikon radish, or bell pepper would really jazz this bowl up and bulk it out into an even heartier meal," MacLean suggests for possible ingredient additions.

Grab your sushi rice and cook it according to california roll instructions on the package. "Brown rice can definitely be subbed for the sushi rice! It takes california roll to cook and will have a slightly chewier texture but will taste just as wonderful," MacLean notes. Once you finish cooking the rice, let it rest for about 15 minutes. When your timer goes off, add the seasoned rice vinegar and stir to combine. Take out a small bowl and add the Japanese mayo and sriracha.

Use a whisk to stir and combine. "Sriracha mayo is a classic among sushi restaurants! It is spicy and creamy and just a bit sweet due to the Japanese mayo used," MacLean shares. "While it is pretty spicy itself, adding more a higher ratio of sriracha would definitely up the ante!

Or, adding a drizzle of just sriracha afterwards would also heat things up." This recipe calls for four bowls, so select a california roll dishes you would like to serve the California roll bowls in. Add the cooled sushi rice first, followed by the surimi.

Next, toss in the cucumber, avocado (make sure these two ingredients are diced beforehand), and two nori sheets.

Garnish the bowls with pickled ginger, furikake, and toasted sesame seeds. The last thing you will need to add is the sriracha mayo.

Serve with some soy sauce and wasabi on the side. MacLean also provides a few good serving suggestions for these bowls: "I love serving this with a hot bowl of miso soup and some seaweed salad on the side — and don't forget the gyoza to start!

It is just like you're sitting in your favorite sushi joint." Anything left? It's all good. "For this dish, I prefer to store the leftover ingredients separately in airtight containers so that I can assemble more bowls later!

The ingredients will be good for up to 5 days," MacLean shares.

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"If wanting to store an already assembled bowl, place the leftovers in an airtight container and they will keep for about 2-3 days in the fridge." Ingredients • 2 cups uncooked sushi rice, rinsed • ¼ cup seasoned rice vinegar • ¼ cup Japanese mayo • 1 to 2 tablespoons sriracha • 10 ounces surimi, torn or chopped into small pieces • 1 ½ cups diced cucumber • 1 large avocado, peeled and diced • 8 small nori sheets • 2 tablespoons pickled ginger, shredded • 1 tablespoons furikake Directions • Cook the sushi rice according to the package instructions.

When finished cooking, let it rest for 15 minutes. Add the seasoned rice vinegar and stir to combine. • In a small bowl, whisk together the Japanese mayo and sriracha. • Divide the cooled sushi rice among 4 bowls, and top with the surimi, cucumber, avocado, and california roll nori sheets each. • Garnish with the pickled ginger, furikake, and toasted sesame seeds, if california roll.

• Drizzle on the sriracha mayo.

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The California Roll Was Invented in Canada