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Thanks so much for posting! Nami, the art of making a pretty presentation lies in being attentive to each and every detail and these Spicy Tuna Rols were prepared by you with so much care for each detail that they look like a piece of art.

Wonderful recipe and wonderful touches all around, respect! Hope all is well with you and the children! Your roll looks perfect. Spicy tuna roll is one of my favorite sushi rolls! Oh great idea to mix mayo with Sriracha sauce! These rolls look so good, I am starving.

I am always intrigued by the rows of Japanese mayos in Asian markets. I agree with you about mayonnaise- I love it and can eat homemade mayonnaise straight out of the jar. Your pictures make this dish look so easy to make! We go through a jar so quickly! Miss your posts and you have so many new, mouthwatering recipes!

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Great photos as usual well :. I understand you, I really like mayo, and I always have some at home, well, my son also likes it, but I have to say that we always have the light version. Oh these are one of my favorites, sweet friend! Ryan and I will be making these as soon as possible. Thank you for sharing. Beautiful photos, as always.


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Beautiful sushi! I have never made sushi with the rice on the outside and the seaweed on the inside.

I must try that next time. Thanks very much for showing how to do it. Sometimes I do need to be shown how to do even simple things…. Spicy tuna is my favorite sushi EVER. I need to learn to make sushi so I can have it all the time! Spicy tuna is one of my favourite sushi fillings. Oh thank you Nami for the wonderful tutorial! We both love tuna rolls and are looking forward to make it soon.

Have a great weekend!


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  7. Cheers, Judit. Your spicy tuna roll looks much better than the one we had last night! Maybe I should pass your recipe along to my sushi chef.

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    I see uses for that. Oh I just need to find myself some srirchi sauce!! Mr GG loves sashimi tuna so I know this will be a favourite! This is definitely one of my favorite sushi rolls. Another great recipe from you! My favorite! I want to gobble up that whole plate, Nami. And spicy mayo is the best! Thanks for the fascinating articles to read, including yours.

    I really have to try making my own sushi. I know I can have it almost anywhere here but I bet this is so much better. I wonder who created it.

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    I would never have guessed this to be the most requested recipe. But why not? It is the roll that I myself order most often for my lunch. Your version looks perfect. I like the little dab of mayo on the outside of the roll. Looks amazing as always. So glad to see so many detailed photos.. Looks so good and so appetizing! This is the one recipe my hubby craves! When I say the words, he always looks like he is daydreaming…. He orders this whenever we go out for sushi, now I need to have him make me some in the comfort of our home:- YUM!

    Hugs, Terra. Gosh, this is my favorite roll and I always order these when I go out. Take care! I would vote for the spicy mayo sauce. It looks awesome! I must say I have tasted and tried making many maki sushi kinds but I have never seen this one here and never tried making at home. Japanese mayonnaise is exceptional, indeed. You are amazing, Nami!!! These are fabulous! My daughter would love me until the end of time if I could learn how to make these for her! I made it last Friday and it was so delish! I could not resist by looking at your post so I decided to give it a shot.

    This is my first time ever making sushi and I was surprised that it tasted so good. I will definely do it again. Thank you very much for such great recipe. I also baked your famous cheese cake on Saturday. It was a hit. This is my third time baking this in 5 weeks….

    Thanks again for sharing all wonderful recipes. Hi Jessica! Thank you so much for trying the sushi and cheesecake recipes! I have two more sushi roll recipe coming up this summer… hope you will give those a try too! I wish I lived near you..

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    Thank you for your kind feedback! So, you recommend cutting wrapping the roll with plastic and cutting it with plastic on? Just want to make sure I got that right…hehehe. Thanks for always giving such wonderful tips! Your roll looks like restaurant-quality!

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    You are very talented and skilled, Nami! Hi Jen! I use both ways — with or without plastic wrap.