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The Complete Book of Sushi is the definitive sushi cookbook.

The Japanese say that "You eat with your eyes," and this is undoubtedly true with sushi. An art form in Japan, sushi is not only beautifully presented but healthy and delicious. Fresh and tasty, sushi is one of the most healthful foods you can eat, as it''s low in fat and high in essential vitamins and minerals. Aesthetically pleasing, sushi is also surprisingly simple to make. From traditional hand-rolled sushi to the modern sushi in a bowl, this sushi book will show you how to make these elegant dishes with ease. It also provides information on the history and benefits of sushi, as well as how to use sushi-making tools; cook perfect sushi rice; cut vegetables and decorations; and select fresh sushi fish and other ingredients. The Complete Book of Sushi features traditional, contemporary and innovative recipes for lovers of this Japanese cuisine.

With easy-to-follow step-by-step recipes and gorgeous color photographs, The Complete Book of Sushi is suitable for your cookbook collection.

Delicious sushi recipes include:

  • Planning and preparing a sushi meal
  • Sushi rolls
  • Nigiri-sushi
  • Molded sushi
  • Hand-Rolled sushi
  • Vegetarian sushi
  • Chirashi-sushi
  • Wrapped sushi
  • Sushi rice in fried tofu bags
  • Sushi in a bowl
  • New sushi
  • Drinks, sauces and side dishes

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"Just what we''ve been waiting for: a big, beautiful and practical cookbook." — Statesman Journal

"Sushi has become almost as commonplace as fast food. Little kids are eating it, teenagers love it and so do most adults" — Las Vegas Sun

"If you are searching for sushi recipes for beginners, look no further…" — Cookstr

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About the Author

Hideo Dekura lives in Australia, where he heads a successful catering and cooking consulting company, and lectures at a culinary school. In 2007, Hideo was presented with an award from the Japanese Government for his significant contributions towards the promotion of Japanese food and cooking. He is the author of several books, including Essentially Japanese, Teppanyaki Barbecue and Japanese Cooking at Home.

Brigid Treloar has been a freelance food consultant for over 20 years. She advises many companies on product and recipe development, food styling, and photography.

Ryuichi Yoshii runs a restaurant in Sydney, and is well known and respected for his creative sushi and adventurous cooking style.

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Jennifer Guerrero
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fantastic book. Delicious. Huge range.
Reviewed in the United States on August 21, 2018
This is a fantastic book of sushi. They did such a wonderful job on it that I ended up reading the intro chapters before the recipes even began, and really got into the story of how sushi came to be and how it changed over time. Neat read! There’s a terrific range in this... See more
This is a fantastic book of sushi. They did such a wonderful job on it that I ended up reading the intro chapters before the recipes even began, and really got into the story of how sushi came to be and how it changed over time. Neat read! There’s a terrific range in this book. There’s a beautiful photo for each recipe.

The recipe chapters are thick sushi rolls, thin sushi rolls, inside-out sushi rolls, topped rice sushi, hand-wrapped sushi rolls, tofu pouches, battleship sushi, sushi in a bowl, sushi soups, decorative sushi, sashimi, new-style sashimi, and sauces, condiments, and accompaniments.

The only potential drawback are some typos here and there, but it’s easy to figure out what it should say from the finished pics.

My thoughts and pics on the dishes we tried:
1) New Yorker Rolls with Spicy Sirloin – p 176. These are just delicious, and the perfect sushi if you’re entertaining someone who’s not a fish fan! We loved the simple garlic and wasabi smear inside. The crispy fried carrots and scallions on top are such a fun and yummy garnish. I just shredded them with a knife, but see there’s a cool scallion shredder on Amazon for a handful of change, so I just ordered one.
2) Smoked Salmon and Asparagus with Cream Cheese – p 92. We loved these. There’s wasabi running through the center with the cream cheese, and the dill makes it so cute!
3) California Rolls – p 52. Classic avocado, cucumber, and shrimp, but this version has a little caviar smear through the center, which is so pretty and gives an extra flavor dimension, too.
4-5) Sushi Rolls – p 50. These are the first listed in the book and they’re filled with omelette, cucumber, pickled radish, beni-shoga (red pickled ginger), kampyo, and wasabi. Wonderful rolls, and they give 5 variations on the filling.
6-7) Black Rice Rolls with Apricot Glace – p 169. I love these. The apricots are rehydrated in water, sugar, mirin, and Grand marnier. The rice gets a thin stripe of chile paste that balances out that sweetness.
8) Seasoned Tofu Roll – p 134 with Seasoned Tofu Pouches – p 134. These are wonderful. My kids loved them so much, they asked me to make them again right away for their lunchboxes. The tofu simmers in dashi (stock), sugar, sake, and soy sauce. The flavor is just lovely. The scallions are supposed to be tied on top. Mine weren’t long enough, so I just wrapped scallions around and secured them with a toothpick for a few minutes until they held their shape.

Some others I have flagged to try: Salmon and Avocado Roll – p 58 * Asparagus and Sweet Red Pepper Sushi Rolls – p 66 * Pickled Plum and Brown Rice Sushi Rolls – p 73 * Shrimp Tempura Rolls with Basil – p 77 * Inside-Out Sushi – p 84 * California Rolls with Crabmeat and Avocado – p 86 * Cajun-Style Spicy Rolls – p 87 * Kampyo and Snow Pea Rolls – p 90 * Thai-Flavored Papaya and Vegetable Rolls – p 93 * Broccoli and Bell Pepper Cones – p 117 * Ruby Grapefruit and Apple Mint Cone Roll – p 121 * Tempura Sushi Rolls – p 122 * Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls with Black Rice – p 125 * Blueberry Sushi with Honey Chile – p 131 * Avocado and Papaya Wedges – p 168 * Triangle Rolls with Dried Mango and Jumbo Shrimp – p 183
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Janette Adams Miller
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This book is indeed complete!
Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2007
I bought this book for my sushi-loving-husband as a Christmas gift so that he can make his own sushi. This book is a great investment for the sushi lover. The author''s recipes are complete and her directions for making sushi are impeccable. Especially helpful were her... See more
I bought this book for my sushi-loving-husband as a Christmas gift so that he can make his own sushi. This book is a great investment for the sushi lover. The author''s recipes are complete and her directions for making sushi are impeccable.
Especially helpful were her directions for making sushi rice - it came out beautifully! She provides instructions for making perfect rice whether you have a rice cooker or not. This was especially valuable because you do not need "special" rice for making sushi (I''ve seen so-called sushi rice in grocery stores for ridiculous prices!).
The most difficult part of the process for us was rolling the sushi. She explains how to do this very clearly.
Overall a great book with gorgeous pictures and helpful directions!
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Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2018
Brand new. Perfect. Very well described, and the delicate iems were delicately packed.
Highest quality and service.
I was honored. Thank you for a great expeience.
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Alvin Fritterwitz
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Great recipes and pictures
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2019
The recipes taste great and the pictures were beautiful and helpful. This is a great book for a party or family gathering where you want to impress people.
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Dr. G
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Get this book!
Reviewed in the United States on June 7, 2019
Great basic and more advanced recipes and really good instructions for the important parts of making sushi- making rice and rolling.
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Art and Soul
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The Only Sushi Book For Me
Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2016
I am just getting into making sushi rolls, I think this book has every imaginable sushi roll recipe, tips, tricks etc. that I will ever
need. I learned a lot just reading through it, very interesting stuff. For me, the perfect sushi book.
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christinaj
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beautiful book
Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2011
The photographs in this book are beautiful. Some of the directions are a little hard to understand, giving both too much and not enough information. For example, we''re told to adjust the amount of water used to cook the rice based on, among other things, the age of the... See more
The photographs in this book are beautiful. Some of the directions are a little hard to understand, giving both too much and not enough information. For example, we''re told to adjust the amount of water used to cook the rice based on, among other things, the age of the rice. But more water for older rice? Probably, but maybe it''s less?

This is a minor flaw in an inspirational book, showcasing the visual appeal of sushi. There are also helpful notes on traditions and ettiquite of preparing, serving, and dining. Many of the dishes are unusual or unexpected, especially the fruit recipies. We haven''t prepared any meals from the book yet, but the instructions seem consistant with our limited experience of preparing sushi (vegetarian and cooked versions at home, and raw in a cooking class). I admit to being nervous about preparing raw dishes at home, but even if we do not, there are plenty of recipies to keep us busy.
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Drumalin
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Great Book!
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2012
This is GREAT COOKBOOK!!! If you''re into sushi and want an easy way to learn the culture, techniques, and varieties of sushi, while learning the types and ways to make it, this book is for you. It has everything from detailed instructions on how to cook and roll it to the... See more
This is GREAT COOKBOOK!!! If you''re into sushi and want an easy way to learn the culture, techniques, and varieties of sushi, while learning the types and ways to make it, this book is for you. It has everything from detailed instructions on how to cook and roll it to the different garnishes and decoratives you can use to prefessionalize it. From pictures of what you''re making to how to collect the freshest fish and vegetables, to tips on making the tastiest sushi rice and how to clean and prepare your fish. This book is very instructional and a very interesting read. I bought it expecting to read the average cookbook, but received a book that goes beyond my expectations. It even goes into detail about the culture, dining etiquette, eating at a sushi bar, and different types of sushi and sushimi; i.e. thick rolls, thin rolls, soups, new age, decorative, and vegetarian sushi. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is intrigued in the creation and consumption of sushi.
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Mr. M. J. Molnar
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
I think I''m turning Japanese I really think so!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 28, 2018
Great book with a step by step guide on how to prepare sushi! Be prepared to spend, spend and spend on those little Japanese kitchen utensils that you need ! So it''s not cheap!
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N. Downes
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Great Book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 1, 2010
This book is fantabulous. Not only does this book have more sushi recipes than you can shake a (chop) stick at, it also contains lots of interesting and useful information about ingredients, sushi etiquette, Japanese cooking knives and quite a bit more.It also has lots of...See more
This book is fantabulous. Not only does this book have more sushi recipes than you can shake a (chop) stick at, it also contains lots of interesting and useful information about ingredients, sushi etiquette, Japanese cooking knives and quite a bit more.It also has lots of really nice photography and techniques are very well documented.
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Sushi book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2018
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Fleur
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Beautiful book
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 8, 2013
Bought as a gift for a friend''s daughter - had to order one for my husband also. Great clear photos & some really different recipes. The best sushi book I''ve seen.
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Zoe
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Great recipes
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 10, 2013
A wonderful book with great amounts of descriptions on new dishes. Have tried a couple of recipes so far and cant wait to try more.
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