Deli Roll Sushi with Dipping Sauce

by Jennifer Welsh
(Suffern, NY )

deli roll sushi with dipping sauce

deli roll sushi with dipping sauce

Love deli roll? Love sushi? This is a cool modernized adaptation that’s bursting with flavors that will excite all who are in attendance. A great new item to add to your holiday menu.


3 cups sushi rice, cooked according to package directions
1/3 cup rice vinegar
1/4 cup sugar
1 tablespoon salt
3 types of deli of your choice- 11 slices each
8 sheets of nori

Dipping Sauce:

1/2 cup duck sauce
1/2 tablespoon Dijon mustard
1/2 tablespoon teriyaki sauce


Combine rice vinegar, sugar and salt. Pour over prepared rice and mix gently until evenly coated.
Place nori sheet with shiny side face down. Spread rice to cover nori sheet not more than 1/4” thick, leaving 2” toward the top of the sheet rice-free.
Slice deli meat into 1/4” wide strips. Cover the width of the nori sheet with the deli strips.
Start rolling the sheet from the bottom up, pressing it down ever so gently onto the rice. Finish rolling with light even pressure. To seal, wet the top of the nori sheet with a drop of water.
Use a sharp, blunt knife to slice the roll into 6 pieces. Discard the ends. Repeat with remaining rolls.
Combine ingredients for sauce and serve on the side.

Note: The deli sushi rolls can be prepared no more than one day in advance. Keep rolls in the refrigerator and slice prior to serving.
Yields: 48 pieces

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