I was craving chirashizushi (chirashi sushi) today, but didn’t feel like paying a lot of money. 1 good bowl = $20+. So for the same price, I made 2 bowls at home!! I usually get really good sashimi or sashimi grade fish blocks from the Japanese market. They have the freshest fish! My large sashimi package came with maguro (nice tuna), sake (salmon), tako (octopus), uni (sea urchin), and hamachi (yellowtail). I like to add Sweet Tamagoyaki and either salmon roe or tobiko (flying fish eggs). All I had to do was make the Sushi Rice and dinner was ready in a flash.
This recipe makes about 2 servings
- 1 batch Sushi Rice
- 1 large package of mixed sashimi
- Sweet Tamagoyaki
- salmon roe or flying fish egg (tobiko)
- wasabi, soy sauce, pickled ginger
Make Sushi Rice and let it cool down completely. Then fill a bowl with the sushi rice. Put the pieces of sashimi, tamago, uni, and tobiko on top. Serve with wasabi, soy sauce, and pickled ginger.