Teriyaki Chicken Sushi Roll Recipe

Sushi is a traditional Japanese dish made with a variety of ingredients. The one main ingredient that will always be present is the sushi rice. The presentation of the sushi also varies in different parts of the world. In this recipe, teriyaki chicken will be incorporated in the sushi roll. This is a perfect appetizer or main dish for a weekend dinner.


• Chicken breast (sliced lengthwise)
• Teriyaki sauce
• Nori sheet
• 120 grams of sushi rice (cooked and seasoned)
• Cucumber batons (sliced)
• 1/2 avocado (peeled and sliced thinly)
• Sea salt
• Olive oil
• Sesame seeds (toasted)


This recipe takes about 50 minutes. Serves 1.

Set a pan over medium heat.
Drizzle some olive oil and let it heat.
Add the sliced chicken breasts.
Sprinkle with some salt.
Let it cook for 3-4 minutes and then flip on the other side.
Add teriyaki sauce.
Glaze the chicken with the teriyaki sauce and simmer for 2 minutes.
Transfer to a plate.
Let it cool.

Place the bamboo rolling mat inside a ziplock bag or a clean transparent plastic.
Put the nori sheet on the mat with the rough side facing upward.
Spread the sushi rice evenly on the nori sheet.
Flip over.
Place the teriyaki chicken slices.
Add cucumber baton slices.
Drizzle some teriyaki sauce.
Roll the bamboo mat and compress lightly.
Add the thin slices of avocado on top of the sushi roll.
Cover the sushi roll with cling film.
Place the bamboo mat over the film and press lightly.
Cut the sushi roll into bite-size rolls.
Transfer to a plate.
Drizzle with teriyaki sauce.
Top it off with toasted sesame seeds.
Serve and enjoy!

Tips and ideas:

You can add pickled ginger, wasabi, or soy sauce for garnishing.

Teriyaki Chicken Sushi Roll Recipe
Images – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RrzXv14QNQA

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