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...
Sushi Rice, short grain, 20kg bag by kintaro.
Wholesale Nori. A bulk pack of nori by Shin Izumi. Each Wholesale Nori pack contains 50 sheets. Great quality and amazing value. Perfect for catering use or the avid sushi...
Catering size pack of wasabi sachets. Great brand at a very good price.
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...
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...
Winner of the "Best New Idea" Award at the Restaurant Show London 2013. The Roller-35 Sushi Rolling Machine is designed to allow an untrained staff member to produce consistent quality...
In Japan, they really don't eat pizza with the same gusto that we do! However, there are pizza takeaways, and they offer up some weird and wonderful flavours too, like unagi (eel) toppings and nori for example. Often okonomiyaki is referred to as Japanese pizza, but this time we're going to share our own exciting fusion recipe! Plus we've decided... Continue Reading →
We often surmise that the national dishes of Japan are things such as sushi, katsu curry, tempura and okonomiyaki, but like any country, Japan is filled with regional variations of all these dishes. That's why, although we'e already shared a recipe for okonomiyaki, you will find this recipe quite different, as it is the version they love to cook in... Continue Reading →
In the UK we often decide to add the delicate flavours of tea to biscuit recipes to make a deliciously fragrant treat which is perfect for afternoon tea, and now that Hanami is upon us (cherry blossom viewing) we have the perfect excuse to bake! Make these wonderful matcha tea biscuits to star in a picnic with mochi, maki rolls... Continue Reading →