Posts Tagged ‘sushi hackers’

Sushi Hacking 101: how to create a masterpiece!

The right way to create a new roll? Pick a main flavor profile, even if it’s not seafood. OK, of course it’s seafood. If you’re serving rolls with cream cheese you’re probably not creative enough to use other non-traditional combinations of ingredients! Now pick a complementary ingredient. There are plenty of classic matches with veggies, […]

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Sushi Pizza Theory – the Crust

Crust is the foundation of pizza. It starts with making dough from carefully selected glutenous flour. The dough is proofed, stretched out and baked with toppings. It’s the substrate for the real flavor stars on top. It’s also the firmest texture, assuming you didn’t burn some toppings. For sushi anything, sushi rice is the starch, […]

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Sushi Pizza Hacking – the Sauce

Is tuna the consensus choice for the main ingredient? Is that true solely because of the color? No sauce allowed? I can’t imagine the rationale for this unless it’s a sentimental yearning for a red color below the toppings. But let’s go with it, and hopefully we can revisit this at some future time. Pizza […]

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Modern Sushi Pizza – the Cheese

Obviously only a lunatic or genius would put cheese on here. Great cheese on pizzas is soft and gooey in texture and lends a saltiness to the taste. Let me caution those of you spicy tuna roll fans not to take the gambit and try this with spicy mayo! Gooey is not the same as […]

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