Dynamite Sushi Roll Recipe

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Have you ever wanted to make dynamite sushi rolls? This incredible Western-style sushi is a fabulous way to enjoy tempura prawns, and it’s a super easy kind of sushi you can make at home. Wow your guests with some actual sushi next time a fancy dinner rolls around – and with very little effort on your part!

dynamite sushi rolls recipe

How To Make Dynamite Sushi Rolls

This recipe combines a whole host of flavors and deliciousness, so let’s look at the ingredients. The rolls themselves will require:

  • Tempura shrimps: these are the main sushi component and are going to bring much of the flavor to the dish, so choose a top quality brand.
  • Some mango: this will add a sweetness and fruitiness to the dish.
  • Some cucumber: for a fresh, crispy bite, cucumber is crucial. Make sure you choose a really nice, crunchy one, with plenty of flavor.
  • Some avocado: avocado goes beautifully with the shrimp and brings a unique and distinctive texture to the meal.
  • Nori sheets: these will hold everything together and keep your rice in place.
  • Sushi rice: you can’t make great sushi without some sticky rice. You can use other brands, but make sure they are sticky enough. Long grain and basmati rices won’t work.

The maple soy sauce will require:

  • Maple syrup, to lend the dish a sweet flavor.
  • Soy sauce: this goes brilliantly with the shrimps and makes the other tastes pop.

For the dynamite sauce:

  • Sriracha hot sauce: you can reduce this if you don’t enjoy spice, but it will give your rolls a delightful kick.
  • Olive oil mayonnaise: this makes everything creamy and helps it to bind together.
  • Roasted sesame oil: this lends the meal a wonderfully nutty flavor.

Dynamite Sushi Roll Recipe

5 from 3 votes
Recipe by Laura Ritterman Course: MainCuisine: JapaneseDifficulty: Easy
Servings

4

servings
Prep time

20

minutes
Cooking time

10

minutes
Calories

440

kcal

Do you want to make an amazing dynamite sushi roll to wow your dinner guests? Follow this great recipe for success!

Ingredients

  • For the Dynamite sauce
  • ¼ teaspoon of roasted sesame oil

  • ½ cup of olive oil mayonnaise

  • 1 tablespoon sriracha hot sauce

  • For the roll
  • 2 nori sheets

  • 1 sliced mango

  • 1 cup uncooked sushi rice

  • 4 tempura shrimps

  • 1 cucumber

  • 1 avocado

  • For the maple soy sauce
  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce

  • 1 tablespoon organic maple syrup

Directions

  • Rinse your sushi rice in clean water up to five times to remove the starch. Leave it to soak for around an hour.
  • Rinse the rice and put it in a colander, and leave it to rest for 30 minutes more.

  • Cook the rice following the packet directions until all the water is absorbed and the rice has turned tender (about 10 minutes usually). Set the rice aside.
  • While the rice is cooking, wash and clean your shrimps. You can make tempura batter for them and then fry them, or just fry them until they are opaque and lightly crispy on the outsides. Set them to one side to cool.
  • Get out a large mixing bowl and add the sesame oil, sriracha hot sauce, and olive oil mayonnaise. Mix thoroughly to make the dynamite sauce.
  • In a second bowl, mix the soy sauce and maple syrup.
  • Set out a cutting board covered in plastic wrap, and lay out your nori sheets. Take your rice and spread a thin layer on each nori sheet, being careful not to add too much (or it will fall apart).
  • Peel and chop your avocado and mango into fine chunks. Chop your cucumber too.
  • Flip the nori sheets over so that the rice faces down, and add your mango, cucumber, avocado, and shrimp (you can chop the shrimps if you wish). Don’t overdo the filling.
  • Drizzle the dynamite sauce and maple soy sauce generously across the filling, and then carefully take one end of the nori sheet and roll the filling inward, so that the rice is on the outside. Use a sharp knife to cut the roll into thin slices and drizzle on more sauce if you like. You can also sprinkle on a few sesame seeds.

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Tips & Tricks

So, how do you make your sushi rolls amazing?

  • Store them in the fridge as soon as you have finished cooking them, using an airtight container.
  • Consider making a batter for your shrimps if you like them extra-crispy. You can do this by whisking cornstarch, egg yolk, curry powder, flour, and baking powder together and dipping the shrimps in.
  • Garnish your sushi rolls with some chopped green onions for a little extra heat and crunchiness.
  • Add a little cream cheese to this recipe if you find it has too much bite. The sriracha sauce gives it its classic flavor, but the cream cheese will help to mitigate this if you find it too hot.

See Also: What is Masago and How Do You Make It

FAQs

How long do dynamite sushi rolls last?

You can keep these rolls for about 24 hours in the fridge, but no longer.

Can you freeze dynamite sushi rolls?

A: Yes; as soon as the rolls are cool, put them in an airtight container and transfer them to the freezer. This is a great way to make them in advance for a party. Don’t keep them in the freezer for too long, though, as the shrimps will lose their texture.

Is this good food for a party?

A: Sushi is a great party food for adults. It is considered luxurious and exotic, and many people really enjoy it. Furthermore, because the shrimps in this recipe are cooked, there is no risk of poor preparation causing food poisoning, making this sushi safe to serve.

Is this recipe easy to make?

Yes, this recipe is very easy. You do need to be able to make sushi rice with a great texture, but otherwise, there is nothing complicated about the dynamite sushi roll – even though it looks high end! Impress your guests and pretend you are part of a posh restaurant.

Conclusion

Making dynamite sushi rolls can be surprisingly easy, and this is an amazing thing to serve up at parties or potlucks. Whip this up any time you’re expecting company, and you’ll soon be known as a master chef.

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