Serving Up a Wonderful Spread of Sushi

A few months ago, Food Magazines taught you how to make sushi rolls, and hopefully, you’ve had enough practice making these delicious treats. If you feel confident enough that your rolls can hold together, then you might want to consider serving them up at your next party.

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Sushi parties have actually evolved to be quite common, and the theme is wonderful for both entertaining guests, and putting great food on the table! Sushi parties often involve giving guests the chance to make their own rolls of their favourite sushi by preparing all the necessary ingredients and setting them up on a table in a sort of self-service buffet.

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Platefuls of fresh sushi are also a marvel to look at in parties. David Swann, Quality and Innovation Chef for Marks and Spencer, recommends taking a platter and arranging the sushi slices in vertical lines to give them a minimalistic look, accented with soy dipping sauce and some flower petals.

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You could also squeeze all your sushi together in a heaping plateful of wonderful fresh fish goodness. Include different types of sushi and onigiri to really take things up a notch. Sushi bars are always a popular food station at parties, and just the sight of a mountain of yummy sushi should be enough to impress your guests.

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And if you think that sushi is only great as an appetiser or an entree, consider making Candy Sushi Rolls too. They’re great as desserts, and as take-aways for after the party is over. You could even provide your guests with mini-bento boxes for them to be able to take their pick of the massive selection to bring home and enjoy.

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Serving Up a Wonderful Spread of Sushi

June 23rd, 2014

A few months ago, Food Magazines taught you how to make sushi rolls, and hopefully, you’ve had enough practice making these delicious treats. If you feel confident enough that your rolls can hold together, then you might want to consider serving them up at your next party.

2

Sushi parties have actually evolved to be quite common, and the theme is wonderful for both entertaining guests, and putting great food on the table! Sushi parties often involve giving guests the chance to make their own rolls of their favourite sushi by preparing all the necessary ingredients and setting them up on a table in a sort of self-service buffet.

3

Platefuls of fresh sushi are also a marvel to look at in parties. David Swann, Quality and Innovation Chef for Marks and Spencer, recommends taking a platter and arranging the sushi slices in vertical lines to give them a minimalistic look, accented with soy dipping sauce and some flower petals.

4

You could also squeeze all your sushi together in a heaping plateful of wonderful fresh fish goodness. Include different types of sushi and onigiri to really take things up a notch. Sushi bars are always a popular food station at parties, and just the sight of a mountain of yummy sushi should be enough to impress your guests.

5

And if you think that sushi is only great as an appetiser or an entree, consider making Candy Sushi Rolls too. They’re great as desserts, and as take-aways for after the party is over. You could even provide your guests with mini-bento boxes for them to be able to take their pick of the massive selection to bring home and enjoy.

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