Vegan Sushi Cones (Temaki)

Vegan Party Popper Emoji Sushi

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These vegan sushi cones (aka temaki) are decorated to look like the party popper emoji for any celebratory occasion.

I made these temaki sushi cones once for a potluck hosted by the amazing Rosie after procuring some Soy Wrappers from Vegan Republic (our local vegan store). They were a huge hit at the potluck. While I was brainstorming what to add to my New Year’s Eve menu this year, I immediately thought of the party popper emoji that I use so often that it’s in my favorite emojis menu (along with the sparkly heart and unicorn emojis, of course). If I were to recreate the party popper emoji with food, these temaki sushi cones seemed like the closest thing I could think of (although I also considered a cone-shaped cannoli with rainbow sprinkles and dried fruit pieces). If you like making food to celebrate things, you might like these party popper emoji sushi cones.

This recipe makes 10 party popper emoji sushi cones.

Temaki Sushi Cones Ingredients

Dollhouse Shortcut

If you avoid eating soy or oil, use nori instead of soy wrappers.

  • 1 package soy wrappers
  • 1 red bell pepper
  • 1 yellow bell pepper
  • 1 carrot
  • ¼ cup diced purple cabbage
  • 2 cups of white sushi rice
  • ¼ cup sushi rice vinegar
  • ¼ cup unhulled sesame seeds
  • organic nama shoyu (soy sauce) or tamari

Temaki Sushi Cones Directions

Rinse the sushi rice.

Soak the sushi rice in filtered water for 1-2 hours.

Rinse the sushi rice.

Cook the sushi rice in 2 ⅓ cups of filtered water.

Cool the cooked rice.

Cut the veggies into long thin strips.

Add vinegar to the sushi rice once it’s cool, and mix well.

Assemble the cones.

Serve with organic nama shoyu (soy sauce).

Vegan Party Popper Emoji Sushi Cone

Temaki Sushi Cones Video

Here’s a video showing how to assemble / hand roll temaki sushi cones.

If you like these sushi cones, you might also like my sushi cake and my sushi cupcakes.

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