Spicy Tuna Hand Roll. Spicy Tuna Hand Roll is a Sushi hand roll filled with chopped raw tuna seasoned with hot sauce. It is more of an American-style Sushi than traditional Japanese Sushi, yet it has become one of everyone's favorites and a staple item on the menu at Japanese restaurants in the US today. Assemble the rolls: Toast the seaweed by waving it directly over a gas or electric burner over medium heat.
The following instructions are for making Wet your hands, and grab a handful of sushi rice. Shape it into a ball and place on top of the nori. With your hands still wet (otherwise the rice will stick). You can have Spicy Tuna Hand Roll using 9 ingredients and 10 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Spicy Tuna Hand Roll
- You need 1 of Sriracha Chili Sauce.
- You need 1 of Avacado.
- It’s 4 of serv. Sushi Rice.
- Prepare 1 dash of Tosted Sesame Seeds.
- You need 4 of Chives.
- Prepare 1 of Cucumber.
- It’s 1/4 of Sashimi Grade Tuna.
- You need 4 of large Nori Papers.
- You need 2 1/2 of lbs salt.
Fiery Spicy Tuna Rolls with sashimi grade tuna tossed in sesame Sriracha sauce, topped with spicy mayo for that extra oomph! Moisten your hands and fingers in Tezu so the rice won't stick. This vinegared water not only eliminates the odor of previously handled fish but also has anti-bacterial. One of my favorites was always spicy tuna rolls.
Spicy Tuna Hand Roll instructions
- Cook sushi rice according package depending on how many rolls you want to make. Add a dash of rice wine vinager to add sweetness..
- Place a sheet of nori paper diagonal on a cutting board..
- Place 1/4 cup of sushi rice on middle nori paper in a line long ways. (point to point).
- Cut sashimi tuna into long thin strips then place on top of rice..
- Cut cucumber into long thin strips then place two strips on top of tuna..
- Place one long thin chive next to cucumber..
- Put one or two lines of Sriracha sauce diagonal along ingredients depending on how much heat you enjoy..
- Roll nori paper into a cone shape making the bottom of your hand roll into a point leaving the ingredients partially sticking out of the open end..
- Dash sesame seeds on top of open end to garnish..
- Don't make this recipe.
But when I found out I had an egg allergy, it was hard to find someone who could make them without the signature spicy mayo that most people use to flavor the tuna. To make these spicy tuna hand rolls, first make the rice. If you like the regular spicy tuna roll, then this spicy tuna hand roll recipe is a variation that is sure to please. The thing I like about any kind of temaki roll is that they lend themselves perfectly to interactive social food gatherings because they pretty much have to be assembled and eaten immediately. Hand rolls are in the winner's circle for sushi lovers because they are so crisp, tasty, and easy to make and eat.