Food & Dining
Great video & instruction! Rice was a bit on the sweet side, but the consistency and sticky-factor was awesome for rolling. Thanks!
You do realize that it was sarcasm and a reference to DBZ, right?
Thank you for uploading !!!! Helped me a lot, but I prefer salt instead of sugar, for onigiri.
why the ugly music?
Well I am definitely not part of the average because I don't like hamburgers. I eat more foreign foods than I do American food actually.
Nice try.. Japan doesnt have electricity
The vinegar reacts with the metals and makes the rice taste bad. It happens when we cook other stuff too but you don't normally notice. Sushi's very delicately flavoured so it stands out a lot more.
Damn! Somebody been stealing my burgers man!
400 pounds a year that is over a pound a day. is that really the true figure or did they just add up the number of produced or sold rice???
Dont get me wrong i love rice and i love asia, but seriously a pound of rice still seems pretty much. Even if you eat rice to breakfast and to dinner.
and do they mean 400 pounds of dry rice or 400 pounds of cooked rice???
A pound of rice per day? That's BS.
If I'm gonna trust anyone is this guy right here. Done ask me why.
Nice short vid that taught me something I desperately needed to know! GREAT JOB!
too much vinegar.
Just a few comments that I believe will improve you sushi rice. First, the rice should be cooked under pressure, not just under a lid, which is why a lot of people use a rice cooker, though you can accomplish the same thing by weighing down the lid. Secondly, it is better to use a paddle rather than a spoon for mixing the vinegar mixture. The paddle is thinner than a wooden spoon and so can more easily separate and distribute the vinegar throughout the rice.
And the average Mexican eats 1000 pounds of rice and beans
what's with the cook??
Obviously it doesn't take years to perfect the making of sushi rice.
Thanks for posting this video.
Sugar in sushi rice? really?
I highly suggest reducing the vinegar and sugar content of this recipe. It makes for a very overpowering sushi rice.
Thank you! I can't wait to give this a go 😀
thank you for a very interesting informative videoi love you
This is insanely vague
i prefer using brown sugar over regular sugar, it gives it a better look and taste
The best video for making sushi rice!!! Makes my rice perfect!!!
Yes, we do dude…
very good recipe, sank ju verri matsch!
Yay now I can feel like I'm in. Japan all the time thank you
Do u have to use kombu seaweed
Jeli tesko biti vegan …Ja bih probao ali nema ko da me uputi
I always use this video to make my sushi rice. Love love love this video simple and easy
Can I bring it to a boil with out the lid ?
That's twice as much rice vinegar as I use. I went higher once before and the family didn't care for it.
I tried this recipe and it was just right. Well explained too – Thanks!
Great method, amazing result too.
i know some places their rice in their sushi is too sour yulk!
Its 02.30 in the morning, what am i doing with my life
so 1 cup of rice would be exactly half of these ingredients i take it. would cook time still be the same?
I used these instructions after viewing other videos and it came out amazing the rice! totally recommend
Do you need to add sugar and salt with the rice vinegar or can you just use the vinegartrying to cut down sugar out of my diet
So basically, you can cook rice like normal. Lol "years of practise".. right
This is my favorite video for everytime that i need to make this rice, and forget how to.
Wow. Glad to know I eat 400 pounds of rice each year.
When I make it it comes out sticky like its supposed to, but it comes out way too moist to mold and shape (for onigiri). Anybody have suggestions?
i actually tried this method and the result was awesome. I am trying to make rice with the pressure cooker and I just lessen the water.
Is it really necessary to add sugar, if not whats the minimum amount of sugar needed
That's a lot of work 😁
What If u don't have rice vinegar and konbu??? Will still be good ?
The average Asian huh
could I use normal vinigar
I'd love to see the gram and litre version. I get that one cup equals 0,236588l or something but it would be nice to have a recipe with even litre and gram. I'm not mad, it's just that everyone in the world can watch videos on YouTube and most of them use the metrical system, so this would be a nice gesture to your fans 😉 just sayin!
What about we Mexicans we eat rice to and beans 🤔
I only used half the mixture and it was fine
WTF is this? Just add vinegar in rice and put it in the rice cooker, damn it. Wasted 3 minutes of my life.
How to prevent rice from sticking to the bottom of the pot
Used this recipe a few times and it works great. You need all the ingredients: rice wine vinegar, konbu especially or you'll get sub-standard rice.
Can you use jasmine rice?
tried this… too much damn vinegar gross. 1/4 cup for 2 cups of rice?!
dry uncooked rice after 10 minutes
"The average Asians eat 400lbs of rice a year"
in my tradition said.. if you cant cook rice properly you cant married yet lol
This video doesn't include rest time for rice to cool down and for flavors to absorb. Minimum time is when rice reaches room temp but I've been told by a sushi chef that it needs at lest a few hours. He makes his the night before.
Watching this at 6am lol
well, actually, with 20 mins of boiling, I burned the rice 3 times already. now it burned after just 11 min.
Who does is here from steven universe? (the mini short)
Seems like waaaay too much sugar and vinegar for the amount of rice.
How long will cooked sushi rice keep in the fridge?
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This is my go to recipe for sushi rice. It's really good.
We all came from that one SU short right?
no proportions for vinegar and salt so I can just add as much as I want right?
I feel like you made this over complicated… no offense
Isn’t it traditional to put it on a wooden surface or bowl
I just made sushi rice by following this recipe and it's so bad! There's just too much vinegar
How much vinegar , salt and sugar do we use for mixture? You didn't say In the video nor in the description
Is it the same with using electronic rice cooker?
I made this exactly like they said and the vinegar was wayyyy too much for the rice and ruined it. Thanks.
The average Hispanic eats 1 ton of rice a year
gonna go make onigiri now 🍙
So are the rice sellers selling rice with dirt to add weight that we have to wash off before cooking?
Great tips, my first sushi rice came out extremely good! Thank you!
And the average Hispanic or Latino eats 500 pounds a year lol
Way too much vinegar.
Everybody does this differently, and some videos say not to do it like other videos say. I can see why this might take me a few years to learn.
400 pound of rice a year ? Hard to believe. More than 1 pound a day every single day of the year ??? WTF
A decade old video, sweet.
So Asians aren't Americans?
If they ate 180kg of rice per year… I'm guessing this was a very tiny group of very fat people
I swear, without YouTube I would never know how to cook anything! My rice came out perfect!! 👌🏾🍚
I eat 400 pounds of rice a DAY.
How much Vinegar, salt and sugar am I suppose to add?
1/4 cup of sugar? Yikes!
Why you phak me I phak u
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