Prep Time: 30 minutes

Additional Time: 4 hours 30 minutes

Total Time: 5 hours

Servings: 6



2 cups Japanese sushi rice

6 tbsp. rice wine vinegar

Six sheets of nori (dry seaweed)

2 tbsp. wasabi paste

Eight oz. smoked salmon, cut into long strips

One cucumber peeled and sliced

One avocado – peeled, pitted, and sliced



Give the rice a four-hour soak. Cook rice in a rice cooker with two cups of water after draining. The rice must be barely dry because vinegar will be added later.

Once adding rice wine vinegar right away once the rice is finished cooking, spread the rice out on a dish to cool entirely.

One sheet of seaweed should be placed on a bamboo mat. A thin coating of chilled rice should then be pressed onto the seaweed, exposing at least a 1/2-inch border. This will make sealing later on more straightforward. Place some wasabi over the rice and lay the smoked salmon, cucumber, and avocado on top, keeping them about an inch from the seaweed’s bottom border.

Roll the seaweed tightly from the bottom to the top edge using the bamboo mat after lightly wetting the leading edge. To serve, divide the salmon roll into eight equal pieces. Repeat for more rolls.