How to Make Temarizushi (ball-shaped sushi)

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Foodwhirl fave La Fuji Mama has a how-to on making temarizushi (ball-shaped sushi). I’ve never tried this, but it looks like a great appetizer idea!

I made temakizushi (cone-shaped hand rolls) to order and salmon temarizushi (ball-shaped sushi). I love temarizushi. Not only are they fun and easy to make (especially with my handy-dandy little trick that I’m going to share with you), but they make a great appetizer because they are perfectly bite-sized and are beautiful to look at! Temari are small Japanese balls made with leftover scraps of kimono fabric. This style of sushi is meant to be reminiscent of these balls.

Read all about this, and the event she did it at, at  How to Make Temarizushi (Ball-Shaped Sushi)

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I'm sorta a crafty nerdy cook, who is layered... like pie.
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