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Sushi-Making for Beginners - Learn to Make Different Types of Sushi

In this one-time class, students will learn the basics of making different types of sushi, including: nigiri, gunkan, maki, and inari.
Michelle Tee
1893 total reviews for this teacher
11 reviews for this class
Completed by 31 learners
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45 minutes
per class
Meets once
year olds
learners per class
per learner

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For the rice: (cook more if students choose to make more sushi after class) - 1~2 cups of cooked sushi rice. If you don't have a rice cooker and need instructions, either the back of the sushi rice packaging would have it, or you can even buy "cooked white rice" (Japanese or Korean) on Amazon or at some of the Asian grocery stores! The rice to water ratio for an electric rice cooker is 1:1.1 (1 cup of uncooked rice to 1 cup + 2 Tbsp of water). - 1/2 Tbsp of vinegar and 1/2 Tbsp of sugar Other ingredients: - 1~2 large pieces of nori seaweed (or more if you are making more) - Fried tofu skin (Inarizushi-No-Moto). *This comes in a can or in a package. If students do not like it, they can just use seaweed instead. Here's the amazon link: - Japanese Kewpie mayo or make your own (mix 1/4 cup of regular mayo with 2 tsp rice vinegar and 1/2 tsp sugar) Supplies: - A sandwich bag or a bowl of water for shaping the rice - Measuring cup, bowls, plates - optional: Bamboo sushi mat For the toppings below, please don't feel like you have to buy everything. Choose what you like and you can also use what you already have at home. You can also use other foods that are not listed here if you want. Nigiri topping ideas (pick and choose): - Imitation crab - Avocado slices - Cucumber slices - Asparagus slices - Smoked salmon - Cooked fish slices (BBQ eel, mackerel, salmon, etc) Gunkan topping ideas (pick and choose): - Imitation crab salad - Tuna salad - Wakame seaweed salad - Diced avocado - Diced cooked fish or shrimp - Egg salad Inari topping ideas (pick and choose): *any of the toppings from the list above* - optional: furikake seasoning (Amazon link: - optional: if you want to make them into teddy bears, just prepare a slice of cheese. Maki topping ideas (pick and choose): *any of the toppings from the list above* - Cooked julienned carrots - Cooked sliced shitake mushrooms - Cooked eggs (cook eggs into pancake shape then cut into strips) - Cucumbers cut into strips - Cream cheese cut into strips - Takuan, Japanese picked yellow radish
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Please help prep and cook the ingredients before class and be aware of any possible allergies your child might have in the ingredients. 

We will be cutting seaweed with scissors. Please supervise and assist as necessary. 

If students want to slice the sushi rolls with a knife, please supervise and assist as necessary. 


Michelle TeeHave fun learning with me!
1893 total reviews
818 completed classes

About Me

About Me:
I have been teaching for over 15 years in both public and private schools. I have been training teachers for online instruction for the last 4 years. As a specialist in curriculum development, I have spearheaded several initiatives in... 
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