Salmon Sushi Pizza


50 m

Salmon. Sushi. Pizza. If any of those three words excites you, what I'm about to say next will surely blow your mind. Sushi pizza. Yes, you heard me right. Today we made sushi pizza from a fresh California king salmon. Now, before I go on, if you're reading this, hi. Pease take a very quick second to smash that like button below. It helps more than you could EVER, possibly imagine and my entire incredible team and I are greatly appreciative. Now, back to the sushi pizza. We've had regular sushi rolls, sushi bowls, sushi burritos and even sushi burgers. But I have never had or seen sushi pizza anywhere. The pizza we created in this video had somewhat of a floppy crust, and, next time, I'd love to try to make crispy rice as the whole pizza, which will then be topped with fish, whether it's tuna, salmon, eel, or really anything out there. I'm sure several Japanese sushi-masters would look at this video (and I really hope for both my own sake and particularly theirs that they don't find it) and cringe. But, for me, the important part here is that the rice is cooked and seasoned properly, the fish is cut into beautiful cubes and well-marinated, and the accompaniments all fit in well with the overall theme of the pizza. While this may not be the easiest or most functional way to eat sushi, I loved it.



  • Wild King Salmon
  • 6 cups sushi rice
  • 5 ½ cups water
  • 1 sheet Kombu 
  • ¾ cup rice vinegar 
  • Sprinkle of sugar
  • 2 tbsp soy sauce 
  • 2 tbsp mirin    
  • 1 ½ sq. feet nori seaweed
  • 3 tbsp Whitefish roe 
  • 6 tbsp Japanese mayo 
  • 2 tbsp Furikake
    2 tbsp black sesame seeds
  • 2 tbsp chopped scallions
  • Seaweed 
  • 1 ½ cups japanese mayo
  • Squeeze of lemon juice
  • Zest of 1 lemon



  1. Wash rice with cold water until water runs clear.
  2. Add rice and your water to a pot, heat to a boil, and simmer 20 minutes.
  3. Lay a sheet of kombu over the rice as it cooks, remove after cooking. 
  4. Over medium heat, mix rice vinegar and sugar and pour over sushi rice.
  5. Cut salmon into cubes and mix with soy sauce and mirin. 
  6. Lay out nori and cut into pizza triangles and top with rice.
  7. Roll the short edge into the crust.
  8. Top with salmon, whitefish roe, nori mayo, japanese mayo, furikake, black sesame seeds, and scallions. Enjoy!

Pairs well with

White Truffle Sea Salt
Black Flakey Sea Salt

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