Sushi Takeaway

With the rising popularity of this dish throughout the world, it is not hard to get a hold of the colourful, delicious, and healthy meal-in-a-roll. In London alone, sushi bars can be found everywhere, while others offer takeaways and deliveries, so you won’t have to worry about the intricate preparations that the dish requires. Instead of watching your pot boil and waiting for your dinner to be cooked, why not order fresh and tasty sushi from your local bar and enjoy an effortless meal that is not only delicious but also healthy?

A healthy addition to any diet, sushi is made from common ingredients that offer remarkable benefits:

  • Fish and seafood – Sushi is very low in calories as it mainly uses fish and seafood in most preparations. Sea bass and other white fish like red snapper, for example, carry less than 100 calories per 100g serving. Even richer and fattier fish like eel, mackerel, and tuna offer less than 200 calories per 100g. Additionally, oily fish like herring, sardine, and mackerel, have high levels of omega-3 fatty acids, which is very good for the heart.
  • Rice – Rice is a good source of protein and carbohydrates, plus it is gluten-free, which makes it a good choice for people with wheat allergies.
  • Rice vinegar – Not only does it preserve food effectively-rice vinegar also offers amazing antibacterial properties. It aids digestion and lowers risk of high blood pressure.
  • Nori – Nori or seaweed is highly nutritious, containing protein and other minerals like iodine. It is also rich in vitamins A, B1, B2, B6, C, and niacin. Shredded or rolled, nori doesn’t only add a decorative touch and a distinct flavour to sushi, but offers great health benefits, as it prevents cholesterol deposits from getting stuck in the blood vessels.
  • Ginger – Often served with sushi as a palate cleanser, ginger root is a natural antiseptic that aids digestion and boosts the immune system.