Make rice with a 1:1 ratio of rice and water (2 cups of rice and 2 cups of water). Be sure to wash and dry the rice well for a perfect outcome.
While the rice is cooking, pat dry the 1 lb portion of Tuna.
Next, we pour our Togarashi into a small baking pan and roll our Tuna in it until the portion is completely covered on all sides.
Light up your torch and get a nice even sear around the Togarashi seasoned Ahi portion.
Carefully begin to slice the seared ahi about the thickness of a domino and place it to the side for a moment...
Our rice should be all cooked at this point, and is the right time to add our very easy sushi rice seasoning to the rice pot. Start with a light amount and carefully add more to taste.
Once sushi rice is mixed and ready, grab a a small ball of sushi rice. Add a little bit of wasabi to the ball of rice and top it with a slice of seared ahi (tuna). Make sure to sandwich the press from all angles, to give the appearance the fish is one with the rice.
Time to plate and enjoy!
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