Florida Roll Sushi

by liliana
Florida Roll Sushi

Florida Roll Sushi is a delicious way to enjoy sushi without the hassle of rolling your own. This variety of sushi features fresh, expertly made rolls made with ingredients like soy sauce, wasabi, and pickled ginger. Whether you’re a sushi novice or an experienced fan, Florida Roll sushi is an easy way to enjoy a delicious meal.

Florida Roll Sushi

Florida Roll Sushi Recipe

Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat
Rating: 5.0/5
( 1 voted )


  • 12 oz. of Crawfish Salad
  • 2 cups (500mL) of uncooked Sushi rice
  • Nori
  • 1 Cucumber
  • 1 Avocado
  • Roasted sesame seeds (optional)
  • Sharp knife
  • Cutting board
  • Bowl of cold water
  • Makisu (sushi mat – make sure to wrap it in food service film


  1. Using a half sheet of nori, apply a thin layer of rice horizontally and sprinkle some sesame seeds along the center.
  2. Flip over your rice and seaweed and put a thin line of crawfish salad (no larger than 2cm in diameter).
  3. Add a few pieces of cucumber on the far side of the crawfish and a few pieces of avocado on the side closest to you (adding squishy ingredients on the side closest to you will make the rolling process easier).
  4. Ready to roll! Slide your thumbs under the makisu and use your fingers to hold the ingredients in place while you roll from bottom to top.
  5. Once you’ve rolled it all up it’s time to cut. Like with most standard Uramaki, you want to cut the roll into 8, even pieces.
  6. Now you can plate your roll with a little bit of ginger and wasabi. Enjoy!

FAQs about Florida Roll Sushi

California roll is a type of inside-out sushi roll (uramaki) in which vinegared rice (rather than nori, an edible seaweed) forms the outside of the roll, usually encompassing cucumber, crab (or imitation crab), and avocado.

What is the crunchy stuff on sushi rolls?

Panko, often known as Japanese breadcrumbs, is the brownish crunchy flakes that appear on top of a sushi roll after it has been cooked. In Japanese, the word ‘pan’ refers to bread, whereas the word ‘ko’ refers to flour. It is not, however, constructed of your typical white toasted bread. Panko, on the other hand, is made from bread that has been cooked with the help of an electric current.


Thank you for reading our blog on Florida Roll Sushi! Liliana Kitchen hopes this blog has inspired you to try out this delicious sushi dish. Be sure to check back often as we continue to post new and exciting recipes that are perfect for any occasion. Have a great day!

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