MINIMUM 5 MONTHS DATE If you're thinking of becoming a sushi chef, or just curious about sushi and want to give it a try, then the Osaka sushi kit is...
MINIMUM 5 MONTHS DATE ON ALL ITEMS Loads of option with this kit, from Nigiri to Hosomaki, Maki to Katsuo curry, a simple bowl of miso, a bit of extra...
Bulk Nori pack of 100 seaweed sheets by Shin Izumi. This bulk nori is perfect for regular sushi makers, restaurants and caterers alike. With a zip top pack it will...
Sushi Containers with lids are perfect for use in any cafe or delivery service wanting to sell sushi. The design on the box looks beautiful alongside your sushi. The lid...
Sushi Rice, short grain, 20kg bag by kintaro.
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Catering size pack of wasabi sachets. Great brand at a very good price.
Fish shaped soy sauce portions from shoda are perfect for takeaway sushi. 2.1ml is the regular portion size in the UK.
100 x soy sachets, great value naturally brewedåÊsachets.
1.8kg gross weight, 1kg drained Pickled pink sushi ginger compliments all sushi dishes and many other Japanese dishes and salads. Pink sushi ginger, also known as Gari in Japan, is...
Due to the success of the Roller-35 and requests for a range of sizes we are proud to present the Roller-25 boasting the same quality British engineering The Roller-25 Sushi Rolling...
Dated 12/5/15 - sachets are not individually dated. this is a best before date and NOT a use by date. Catering size pack of wasabi sachets. Great brand at a...
Sashimi is a Japanese staple. It's no surprise either, that a country with a cuisine heavily based on fish should enjoy eating it raw and in it's purest form. Good sashimi requires no soy sauce, no accompaniments or dips, it's all about celebrating the fresh flavour of the fish. Traditionally sashimi is cut into 1/4 inch thick slices, or thereabouts.... Continue Reading →
Pork, for some reason, really partners well with Japanese flavours, and it seems to be a real favourite in restaurants in Japan, used in a multitude of rice and noodle dishes! However, sometimes if you want to try out some real simple Japanese cooking with very little preparation, you need to ditch the broths and sauces, and just get down... Continue Reading →
If you love the traditional flavourings of Japanese food, you might want to start experimenting with adding them to traditional English and American dishes! It often results in something that might sound a bit strange at first, but when you take that first bite, you'll be convinced! In the past we've shared recipes for Japanese inspired pizzas, but this time... Continue Reading →