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Salmon Sushi Roll

Even though this is not really sushi, it's a sushi-inspired recipe that is way faster and easier to make than actual sushi. You can replace the protein with tuna or chicken if you prefer that.

This recipe is so easy to make, so delicious, and doesn't take long at all to make. You can get creative with the ingredients and replace the protein and choose your favorite vegetables with it. I recommend trying it with kimchi instead of the pickled jalapenos as well!

Loaded with flavor and packed full of heart-healthy ingredients

Salmon is packed with long-chain omega-3 fatty acids which can help reduce inflammation and blood pressure. It’s a great source of protein and has a ton of key vitamins and minerals.

Salmon Sushi Rolls


  • 1 Salmon Fillet (we buy them frozen from Aldi)

  • 150g Cooked Rice

  • 50g Cucumber

  • 20g Pickled Jalapenos

  • 20g Crunchy Coleslaw

  • 4 Yaki Nori Sheets

  • 10 ml Soy Sauce

  • Kewpie Mayonnaise 50% Reduced Fat (Coles)

Section 2: Add Numbered Directions

  1. Start by cooking your salmon, either in the oven or air-fry for 10-15min, 240C.

  2. Add 150g of rice in a bowl, heat up in the microwave

  3. Cut up the Yaki Nori Sheets into 4 squares.

  4. Add cucumber, pickled jalapenos, crunchy coleslaw, cooked salmon, soy sauce, and kewpie yuzu mayo.

  5. Mix the ingredients and fill the yaki nori sheet like a taco.


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