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Salmon/Rice Bowl
(lazy man's Sushi)
(Can be made with Yellowfin Tuna, Blackfin Tuna, Wahoo, Dolphin, Cobia, Striped Bass, Grouper, Snapper, etc)


1. Fresh fish Fillets (approx 1/6th pound per person)
2. Sushi Rice (approx 1/3 cup per person)
3. Rice Vinegar (seasoned if available)
4. Chinese style Chili Sauce - We like SRIRACHA HOT CHILI SAUCE
5. Wasabi paste
6. Soy Sauce


1. Start buy making Sushi Rice (If not available at your market, then find a Japanese food market) Cooking this rice is the same as any other, but the rice has a different shape and consistancy.

2. After the rice is cooked, Sprinkle in the Rice vinegar to taste. Spread the rice up the sides of a large bowl to allow the rice to cool. (it will stick to the sides and not fall back into the bowl)

3. Make sure you have cut the bones and bloodline out of your fillets. Select a piece that is approximately 1/2" - 1" thick.

4. Make sure to have around 1/8 - 1/4 pound per person.

5. Slice the fish against the grain so that the grain of the fish is visible in every slice. Cut slices around 1/8" thick. (Cutting these slices against the grain is same direction as perpendicular to the fish's backbone)

6. Cut slices into bite sized pieces (around 1.5 - 2 inches long)

7. Take the rice vinegar and sprinkle it into the cooled rice stirring and fluffing the rice. Taste the rice to ensure you have the right amount of vinegar to your liking. There should be just a hint of flavor or slightly more.

8. Place servings of rice into individual bowls and lay in the bite sized slices of fish on top.

9. Drizzle the Chili Sauce over the top to taste.

10. Mix Wasabi and Soy Sauce in a small amount to your taste and drizzle this a bit heavier than the Chili Sauce. This should be around two tablespoons of Soy with a lump of Wasabi around the size equal to 2-3 pencil eracers.

11. Grab your fork or Chop Sticks and dig in!

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