How to make it

  • First thing you got to do is cut the nori to long strips of nori, that will soon cover the tobiko sushi. Now, take a half-handful of rice, and shape it to a 4cm high cylinder, with a 6cm diameter.
  • This rice cylinder is now the base of your sushi, make it tight, it should hold a bit of weight later on when we put the rest of the ingredients.
  • Wrap a strip of nori around the rice cylinder, creating a space above the rice, surrounded by nori. Fill half of that space with a full table spoon of tobiko. The other half, fill with a fresh egg yolk - be careful not to break it.
  • You may want to add a drop or two of soy sauce before serving.
  • Enjoy!

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  • sushimarc 9 years ago
    that's Ikura (salmon eggs ) not tobiko( Flying fish roe) and it should be served with fresh quail egg yoke
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  • sday5 11 years ago
    My son loves sushi. This sounds very interesting. I will have to wait to get to the big city. The ingredients are not found in small towns in Kansas.
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