Maki Sushi, Rolled Sushi (Japanese) (Japanese Sushi)

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Probably the most widely found style sushi in the US. Maki usually consist of vinegar seasoned rice plus a filling bound in a roll of nori (seaweed), soy paper and a thin egg omelet. Usually cut into six or eight pieces, which constitutes a single roll order. There are several variations of Maki Sushi or Sushi Rolls: Futomaki (wide roll), Chumaki (Medium roll), Hosomaki (Skinnu roll), Uramaki (inside-out roll) and Temaki (Hand roll).

Created March 19, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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