We Wish You a Sushi Christmas!

December 16, 2010

Sushi makes for a great starter for Christmas day and it's a great way to use your leftovers. 

As followers of sushisushi will know, we like to promote sushi as being a very adaptable food. It really is! Seasoned rice goes with anything, sweet or savoury. So instead of bashing out another  turkey curry this year, why not make turkey sushi, with cranberries and all the trimmings? Sushi also makes a great starter on Christmas day.  Use festive ingredients like figs, dates or even sprout sushi!

Use food colouring to give your sushi a Christmas look. A touch of red wine can be used to colour, and flavour your rice, or  add a drop of red food colouring to salmon or tuna. With a green wasabi blob, your sushi starter will be a colourful way to start the day!  The adventurous among you could even make little Christmas tree sushi pyramids. Garnish with cranberries, blueberries and balls of wasabi.

Whatever you decide to make, sushisushi wishes you a very happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year!






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