Without doubt the best, most detailed Sushi Rice technique I've ever heard of. Perfect results every time and the flavour is something else entirely!
Outstanding effort. Thanks so much for sharing!
Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.
Made sushi for the first time,thank you for giving such detailed directions.I followed the recipe exactly and the rice was wonderful!
I always make bad rice, so I was stressed about making sushi rice, but with this recipe I made "perfect sushi rice!" Thank you BirdyBaker sharing your father's recipe.
Perfect. I substituted dry sherry for the mirin.
Another vote for PERFECT rice. I was out of mirin so I substitued 1 tbls sherry and 1 tbls water and it was still delicious.
This recipe worked really well for me! I cooked the sushi rice in my ricw cooker. After it cooled a bit I put the rice in a glass 9x13. I drizzled the vinegar mixture over it and tossed very gently. I then let that sit at room temp for a while (at least a couple hours). If you taste the rice right after you mix it with the dressing it will be a little wet and very strong. Wait until it sits and its perfect! I made awesome veggie rolls with this and the kids loved it! It also saved me $$$ by not having to to go out to sushi! ?
Thank you for sharing this, it is great...!!!
This is my go to recipe when making Spam Musubi. I learned to make musubi with seasoned rice, but lost the recipe. This is a terrific substitute for my original recipe.
Delicious! Better than some of the sushi restaurants around my place. This will be the only recipe I will use when making sushi from now on. <br/><br/>Thank you!
Thank you so much! This was very precise and soo simple! It was sticky, just like it needed to be and tasty, although a little too sweet. However, I intend to make this again following the recipe exactly to see if I should really give 5 stars rather than 4. I had to use regular white rice instead of sushi rice. It worked well, but I keep hearing of the importance of the proper rice. I also used regular vinegar and subbed white wine for the mirin. All in all, a yummy success! I can't wait to try again following the recipe exactly!