Cuisinart original

To achieve the same flavors and consistency of the Japanese restaurant staple, use this recipe and you will not be disappointed.

Function: Sushi


Makes about 8 cups


3     cups sushi rice, rinsed three times and pressed to reduce moisture
       water (to the 3-cup rice marking in cooking pot)
¼    cup rice vinegar
3     tablespoons mirin
¼    teaspoon kosher salt

Nutritional information

Nutritional information per serving (½ cup):

Calories 92 (0% from fat) • carb. 22g • pro. 2g fat 0g • sat. fat 0g • chol. 0mg • sod. 58mg

calc. 0mg • fiber 1g


1. Put the rinsed and pressed rice in the cooking pot of the Cuisinart ® Rice and Grain Multicooker. Add the remaining ingredients; stir to combine. Select the Sushi Rice function and press Start/Stop.

2. Once the audible tone has sounded to indicate the end of cooking, either keep warm on the automatic Keep Warm function or turn the unit off, fluff and remove rice to cool for making sushi.



Sushi is very versatile and can be made with just about any filling you wish. If using raw fish, be sure that it is sushi-grade fish from a reputable fishmonger. Cooked fish and vegetables are simple alternatives.

A sushi mat is very helpful in rolling sushi. You can also hand-roll sushi if using nori (seaweed paper).

Following are some suggestions for fillings to give guidelines on amounts – substitute your favorite flavors.