Rice rolled with vegetables, fish, or pickles, wrapped in nori, and sliced in rounds.
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Boiled sushi rice is flavored with a sweetened rice vinegar and topped with/rolled around raw fish. There are many types of sushi: for example, nigiri sushi is thin slices of fish seasoned with wasabi and wrapped around rice, and hosomaki and futomaki are thin and thick sushi rolls. The vegetables, fish and rice are wrapped in sheets of seaweed, called Nori.
(soo-she; Japanese) A wide-ranging family of rice-based delicacies, usually, but not always, garnished with raw or grilled seafood and/or dried seaweed. Popular "cone" sushi in Hawai'i is made by placing vinegared rice in pockets of fried tofu (aburage).
a Japanese specialty consisting of seasoned cooked rice topped with sliced raw fish or rolled in sheets of nori (seaweed) with fish, vegetables, wasabi, etc.
a variety of raw fish(s), served with vinegared rice and Japanese horseradish (wasabe)
Small rolls of su-meshi and flavourings topped with slices of sashimi.
Thin sliced raw fish, vegetables, and rice wrapped in seaweed
Japanese dish of cooked and seasoned rice served with a variety of other ingredients, which usually includes fish.
Japanese -n. Rice seasoned with vinegar. Also, by extension, small delicacies fashioned from sushi rice, fish, egg, seaweed, etc. Does not necessarily involve raw fish; that's sashimi.
Nepu-chan would like to inform you all that sushi is not "raw fish", the word "sushi" actually refers to the rice, not the meat. As Nepu-chan says; "Sushi is like a Japanese sandwich, you put anything on top of vinegared rice, you call it sushi"
raw fish slices on rice.
a Japanese delight in Los Angeles
an afterthought at this Americanized Japanese restaurant, while soups, stews, teriyaki and tempura get star treatment
small parcels of rice topped with seafood or vegetables with a seaweed wrapping
(sue-she)—vinegared rice; any dish that includes this rice is called sushi.
Anything made with vinegared rice.
cold rice dressed with vinegar, formed into any of various shapes, and garnished especially with bits of raw fish or shellfish
Raw fish on a small mound of seasoned rice.
Vinegared rice with any number of accompaniments.
In Japanese cuisine, is a food made of vinegared rice combined with various toppings or fillings, which includes seafood and can also include vegetables, mushrooms, eggs, or meat. Sushi toppings may be raw, like most fish; cooked; blanched; or marinated.