Healthy Salmon, Lemon, Japanese Mayonnaise and Avocado Sushi Recipes

Healthy Salmon, lemon, mayonnaise & avocado pressed sushi bars recipes

Oshi waku are wooden boxes made for pressing sushi. They consist of a frame plus a removable lid and base and come in different sizes.


  • 1/2 quantity freshly cooked sushi rice

  • 2 tbsp Japanese mayonnaise

  • 2 tsp lemon zest

  • 150 g/51/2 oz smoked salmon

  • 1 large ripe avocado, cut into thin batons

  1. Oil an oshi waku or terrine tin (preferably with drop-down sides), then line it with a piece of Clingfilm so that the Clingfilm hangs over the edges. This is to help you pull the sushi out afterwards. Pack the tin 3 cm/11/4 inches full with the rice. Mix the mayonnaise with the lemon zest and spread a layer of mayonnaise on top of the rice. Arrange the smoked salmon and avocado in thick, diagonal strips on top of the rice. Cover the top of the rice with a strip of Clingfilm, put another terrine tin on top and add something heavy, such as a couple of tins of tomatoes, to weigh it down.

  2. Chill the sushi for 15 minutes, then take off the tin and weights and pull out the sushi. Cut the sushi into 8—io pieces with a wet, sharp knife. Serve this healty salmon recipes with pickled ginger and wasabi paste.

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