Keen to learn sushi at home? The class is planned for kids to make sushi, with a helping hand from their parents. I'll be leading you through the steps to make delicious Sushi at Home. There'll be a chance for questions and some chat also.

You may have attended Let's Roll!, my first online class, in this session we'll be making rice again and then making some different shapes of sushi. The class is also perfect for those who are making sushi for the first time, or refining their skills.

Everyone (of all ages) welcome of course!
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Sushi at Home for kids - This session will run for one hour (or thereabouts) and be focused on three different sushi shapes, ending with a selection of sushi for you all to enjoy for dinner or lunch (depending on your time zone!).

The class is great fun for kids, either on their own if older, or with guidance. It's great fun for big kids too and you'll have plenty of sushi to enjoy after.

Look for the following ingredients and make sure you prep your rice, instructions below, 1 hour before!

Here is a simple list of essential and nice-to-have ingredients, I'll be suggesting alternatives where I can.

No raw fish or wasabi required.

Products are of course available elsewhere. Buying via the link does support myself and the suppliers I've suggested. Please also look out for other wonderful, high-quality suppliers in your local shops and supermarkets: @clearspring @misotasty @moxonsfreshfish @yutakanews @vallebona_ltd

Sushi Essentials:
Sushi rice
Nori (seaweed paper)
Rolling mat
Rice vinegar
Cling film

A jar of Sesame seeds (black and/or white)
1 x Avocado
1 x tin of tuna or cooked salmon
1 x pack smoked salmon or mackerel
1 x cucumber
Yuze juice (or a lime or lemon)
Edamame (or green peas)
Sushi ginger
Soy sauce

Non-essentials (but do it in style):
Sushi at Home (my book)
Sushi a Casa Mia (my book in Italian)
Sushi at Home Tea Towel
A paper fan (or hairdryer or electric fan)
Wooden sushi bowl (for mixing & cooling the rice)
Chopsticks (clean fingers are fine too)


You will need to soak the rice before the session starts.

Instructions for soaking the rice (also will be available on @yukiskitchen Instagram stories):

1. Take 3 cups (450g) of sushi rice
2. Wash for 3-4 mins under the cold water tap
3. The rice is clear when the water runs clear
4. Drain the rice in a seive
5. Place the rice in a pot and add 3 cups (540ml) of cold water

Do this at 1 hour before the session starts (you'll receive an email reminder!)

Please do what you can to spread the word! #yukigomi #sushiathome #yukiskitchen
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Yuki Gomi
Yuki's Kitchen
Yuki Gomi is a Japanese chef, food writer and cookery teacher. Her mission is to educate and share just how simple, nourishing and delicious Japanese food can be.

Through her writing and Japanese cooking classes, Yuki wants to share the joy of Japanese cooking by fusing traditional and modern techniques to create accessible, healthy and exciting Japanese food. As a professionally trained chef and author of Sushi at Home, published by Penguin, she teaches Japanese cookery from her kitchen in London, giving the skills and techniques to students wanting to cook Japanese food at home.
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