Kits to Make Sushi and Sashimi at Home

MakiMaki’s Midtown location has added a HomeChef line, for making sushi rolls and other Japanese specialties at home. The sushi roll kit comes with rice, seasoning for the rice and a rolling mat; sheets of nori; ginger, wasabi, shiso, gobo, slivered avocado, cucumber and other vegetables; and a copious quantity of high-quality frozen fish, including hamachi, yellowfin tuna and salmon. There’s more than enough to make rolls to serve four people. Instructions are included. The kit, $110 or $150, depending on the kinds of fish, comes with detailed instructions. Sashimi kits are another option, and there is a shabu-shabu kit with Wagyu beef. The fish is also sold à la carte, $9 to $45 for mostly 6-ounce portions. The kits can be delivered from West Fourth to East 88th Streets in Manhattan and are available for pickup on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

HomeChef by MakiMaki meal kits, 360 Lexington Avenue (40th Street), 212-557-5733,

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