What is Hand-Rolled Sushi?
Hand-rolled sushi is a dish where vinegar-seasoned rice is spread across a hand-sized sheet of nori, topped with fillings such as sashimi and cucumber, and rolled into a cone.
Sushi is usually a dish that takes considerable skill to make, but anyone can make hand-rolled sushi, which makes it a popular dish in Japanese households.
You can put whatever ingredients you want into your hand-rolled sushi and eat them as you make them, so they are popular on party menus! Just about anything you can wrap in the rice makes a delicious filling. Popular fillings also include tempura and meat.