Sunday, September 28, 2008

Vegan Sushi Party!

Yet, another vegan sushi party! This is my 3rd post about vegan sushi. You can tell that I love vegan sushi and like to have a sushi party. It's a lot of fun to let your guests roll their own sushi and choose the filling they want to put in it. I don't have to prepare too much before hand and can enjoy the company. This time, I include an option for those who don't like seaweed or nori. I served 3 types of vegan sushi(with or without nori): maki sushi, temaki sushi, and inari sushi .

I piled up the filling ingredients on a tray: cucumber, carrots, crispy sauteed soy ham, seasoned tofu, red or yellow bell pepper. I didn't have an avocado which would be great in a sushi. You can actually be creative in what kind of filling you want to use. I prepared the sushi rice in a separate large bowl. Guests can create their own sushi, any style they like.

Rolled Sushi or Maki sushi wrapped with nori. Guests can roll their own sushi like these above.

Soy sheet wrapped sushi (temaki). Guest can hand roll their own temaki or rolled sushi with the soy wrapper. This is for those who detest nori or seaweed. I learned about soy wrappers for sushi from Julie a while back. Check this out: Sushi Party soy wrappers

Nori wrapped sushi (temaki). Guest can roll their own temaki with nori, too.

I prepared these before hand. This is actually my favorite sushi style (no nori). I added some green peas and corn in the filling. For a vegan inari sushi recipe, you can check Bryanna's blog, here.

I made my sushi rice combined with quinoa. For recipes and previous blogs, you can click here and here.

If you have never had sushi party, you should try it. You can invite your friends who love Japanese food, friends who detest nori, and friends who love to gather for a fun and feast event!


Bryanna Clark Grogan said...

These look so fantastic, Debbie! I just ordered some Soy Wraps from They ship free to Canada! I must have missed that post of Julie's! Brian will be thrilled!

spiceislandvegan said...


The soy wrap can be used for in dessert sushi, too. Imagine what kind of sweet things you can do with it. :-) Glad you found this site. I bought it at Whole Foods. Mine was a sample or variety of different colors and only $3.50 (only about 6 sheets).



julie hasson said...

Your sushi looks incredible Debbie! You're a sushi artist. I'm going to have to try the quinoa rice next time.

I'm glad you like the soy papers. It's so much fun to use a variety of wrappers.

VeganView said...

I just found your blog and I love it. Your photos are beautiful and there are so many creative ideas going on! I think I have to scroll through it all now :)

Eric said...

A sushi party sounds like so much fun! I love love love vegan sushi. You've inspired me to have a sushi party of my own, once I've gotten settled in Washington.

Was great to see you at the meetup as well. I had a great time, was there till about 9:30! Hope you had fun too :)

Judy's Nutrition said...

I just came across your blog and wanted to say hi.

Mmmm I love vegan sushi too - I am craving it now.

Sushi party said...

i like your photos looking great and yammi .Sushi party it's become more popular these last years,and as sushi chef as i am i love vegan sushi party.

spiceislandvegan said...

Thank you very much! Sushi Chef? Wow! Congrats! My dream was to become a chef but I became something else for my day to day job.

Gauri Radha गौरी राधा said...

Looks terrific!! Vegan sushi is so good.