Before your guests arrive, gather your sushi tools, prepare your sushi fillings and set up a space where people can make their own easy homemade sushi. Here’s what you need according to EatingWell's Test Kitchen cooks.
• Bamboo rolling mats
• Sharp knives (to cut rolls)
• Cutting boards
• Small bowls of water
Try some of chef Lai's creative ideas: Teriyaki mussels, flash-seared Arctic char, smoked wild salmon.
Cilantro, basil, mint, dill, sweet onions, scallions, radish sprouts, broccoli sprouts, pea tendrils, avocado, cucumber, bell peppers, radishes, papaya, mango, tomato, asparagus, green beans, snap peas, snow peas, carrots, turnips, sweet potatoes, shiitakes, broccoli rabe stems.