Fresh Fruit Sushi Dessert (Vegan & Dairy-Free Recipe) – Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking Ep. 52

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Hi Bold Bakers! Bigger Bolder Baking is not just about rich ingredients like chocolate and cream, it’s my baking style and it can be applied to any ingredient including fruit. Learn how to make a variety of Fresh Fruit Sushi rolls that are delicious and sure to impress. So let’s get baking!

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FULL RECIPE LISTED BELOW
Fresh Fruit Sushi

INGREDIENTS
1 1/2 cups Sushi Rice ( regular rice will not work)
2 cups Water
3 Tbsp Sugar
1/4 tsp Salt
(1 cup) 8 oz Coconut Milk
1 ½ tsp of vanilla extract

Fruit

Mango, pineapple, kiwi, strawberry, raspberries. Choose any fruit you like including banana, orange, peaches, etc

METHOD

For the Rice: Using a strainer, rinse the rice to remove the milky coating.

1. In a heavy bottomed saucepan combine the rice, 2 cups water, 2 tablespoons sugar, salt. Bring to a simmer, then turn the heat down low and cook gently for 12-15 minutes.

2. Once the water and absorbed into the rice and it is soft turn off the heat. Add coconut milk and stir. Spread evenly on a lined tray to cool down fast and stop it from continuing to cook

3. For the Fruit: Cut the fruit into sticks or something that resembles a stick :). You want the fruit to be long so it is easy to roll.

4. To make a sushi roll: Lay down a rectangle of cling film (plastic wrap) .

5. Spread out a rectangle of rice. While spreading out the rice it helps to have a little bowl of water to dip your hands in and help the sticky rice spread. Lay your sliced fruit on the rice around ⅔ the way up the rice. Start to roll, use the cling wrap to control the roll and keep it tight. Take your time. Once your sushi is made roll it on its seem so if doesn’t unravel.

6. Change it up and lay down mango on the cling wrap, then lay down rice directly on it. Fill with fruit and roll up.

7. Also you can toss a roll in toasted coconut which works really well with the fruit.

8. Mix it up and get creative, this can be a really fun recipe where everyone can participate.

9. Serve your sushi with sliced cantaloupe for the ginger and fruit puree for the dipping sauce.

Comments

Kimberly Lorenzo says:

can you use regular milk instead of the coconut one?

The Wild Ophie says:

“Sushi bites”? XD I think you mean nigiri

Jasmine Felts says:

I eat this for dinner sometimes it is really good

Katie Macormic says:

Can one use quinioa? and folks do customize fruit/veg according to one’s health.

hellome292 says:

Hey Gemma! I was wondering what the title of the song was for the intro of the video? Thanks and I’m trying this recipe out with some friends for sure. 🙂

Adilla Lope says:

can you make a cheese cream

Rosy Li says:

In the beginning, there’s a fruit sushi with green specs in the outside.
What is that?
(I’m sorry if i sound rude, I’m not trying to).

Amra Asa says:

But rice and fruit is good?

Reeses Ballet says:

Dear Gemma Stafford, while fruit is a wonderfully healthy dessert, I am afraid that you forgot to look at the rice. Sushi rice has the highest calorie count of almost tall types of rice and once you have added the sugar and coconut milk the calories are comparable to a Big Mac from McDonalds… Still, Tastes great!! However, it is still a dessert and should be eaten in moderation. (:

Thảo Mai says:

I know how to make rice

Ashley Requena says:

chocolate spread with this and i die

Vi f says:

Are there any substitutes for the coconut milk?

Ronith Reddy.k says:

Did you bake the rice?

tiba ahmad says:

omg wow just saw ur fruit suschi it looks amazing i am gona try this one thumbs up.

Vlada Kuragin says:

this is great but tbh this is bad food combining. you should eat fruits separate from carbs 🙂

jana vasic says:

what can I use instead of coconut milk

Becca Louise Greenaway says:

Would soya milk work for this instead?

TheKatieperez says:

Where’s she from?

Alana Kim says:

I came back here and watched the video again because of David Seymor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CB3FscPpG2Y
he tried making fruit sushi by watching BuzzFeed’s video and the lack of direction made it impossible but then he said he watched your video and it helped a lot, and I was so happy because I love your channel and was thinking he should watch your video you are a great chef and teacher, thanks a lot Gemma for teaching us so well and your great tips and tricks ^_^

A Crybaby from Platform 9 3/4 says:

Instead of rice, can we use coconut with honey for sweetness and stickiness?

royal dutch toiletpaper says:

buzzfeed stole your vid/idea :/

Tshepi Selekane says:

i love your sushi. I am going to try it.cant wait.

Keira 26 says:

I love this so much

Mya Straker says:

Me too Gemma I love kiwi

Mrs. steal your man says:

I know I got them sushi skills because I play “papas sushiaria”

Brenda Sanchez says:

this is so cute

RailFall Tail says:

Anyone here allergic any fruit? I’m suffering from mangoes

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