Let's get rolling!! Have you ever wondered how to make simple homemade sushi? In this live, interactive class, students will follow along with me as they receive step-by-step instructions on how to roll 2 styles of sushi.
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Sushi can be a wonderful side dish or complete meal depending on what you choose to place inside your sushi roll. In this class students will follow along with me in a step by step fashion as I demonstrate 2 styles of sushi using filling of their choice. The two styles of sushi we will be making are: 1) “Makizushi” is a type of sushi where rice and ingredients are carefully rolled in a sheet of seaweed, which is then sliced into smaller pieces. and 2) “Uramaki”’ This type of sushi...
My hope as a teacher is that students of "sushi making" would go away with a smile and knowledge to make this dish again, and again. As with many of my other recipes on Outschool, my desire is that the student will not just keep this skill to themselves, but go on to share it with others.
Sushi is a delicious side dish our family serves at all of our special family potlucks and gatherings. In this class, the students will have the option of creating one or two styles of sushi in class.
A complete ingredient list of supplies and ingredients will be available upon enrollment Here are the ingredients and supplies you will need for class, some you may have to order online via Amazon or find at an Asian or international market. ***** CRUCIAL: Sushi Tool Bamboo Sushi mat ( Found in Asian markets, and I have also ordered these on Amazon) Please make sure you have this before enrolling in this class. *****CRUCIAL: SPECIFIC TYPE OF RICE 4 Cups cooked short grain rice: rice used for sushi must be “short-grained rice” https://restaurantclicks.com/best-sushi-rice-brands/ (2 cups uncooked rice will yield 4 cups cooked rice) Japanese Rice Vinegar (unseasoned) Mayonnaise or Kewpie Mayo Sugar Salt Sushi Seaweed Large sheets (Nori) Black or white toasted sesame seeds (Optional, but very pretty on the inside out "Uramaki" sushi roll 1 ripe Avocado 1 Japanese cucumber Imitation crab Plastic wrap Sharp knife Cutting board Large dish or tray to display sushi 1 cup measure A suggested list of sushi fillings: Imitation crab, avocado, radish sprouts, blanched carrots, Japanese cucumber, fish cake, pickled yellow daikon, cooked salmon, thinly sliced cooked Teriyaki beef, etc the choices are endless!! After enrolling please message me about what types of fillings your child will be used for sushi, I will be happy to help make suggestions or give guidance. My personal favorites: Imitation crab (found at Costco), Japanese cucumber, Pickled Yellow Daikon, cooked salmon, Masago (Capelin Roe) for topping or mixing into Mayonnaise crab mixture
1 hour 10 minutes per week in class, and no time outside of class.
Parents be advised: A sharp knife will be used to prep our cucumber and avocado and to slice our sushi rolls .
20 yrs Teaching Experience: Public, Private & Homeschool
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
510 total reviews
418 completed classes
Aloha! My name is Sandra Oda. I was born, raised, and still reside on our beautiful island of Oahu in Hawaii. I hold a TESOL certificate and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Communication. I have taught over 750 students on Outschool and have...