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Entry from November 05, 2008
Texas Roll (sushi)

The “Texas Roll” sushi roll is offered at several Japanese restaurants, but the ingredients do not appear to have been standardized. Jalapeños are often included.

Sushi Zushi (Dallas & San Antonio, TX)
Texas Roll 12.00
Roast beef, cream cheese, avocado, and asparagus with a crunchy breaded finish and topped with eeel sauce.

Sushi Express (El Paso, TX)
Texas Roll 10.15
Chicken, avocado, white cheese & crab

Sushi of Plano (TX)
Texas Roll $12.50
Filled with crab meat, tempura crunch, salmon and covered in avocado and sliced lemon

Sakura Japanese Restaurant (Plano, TX)
Texas Roll jallapeño, avocado, octopus, crab meat $7.50

Tokyo Steak House (Round Rock, TX)
Texas Roll
Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese, Cucumber, Avocado and Chili Pepper
$6.00 (Temaki) $7.00 (Maki)

Kobe Steak House and Sushi (Spring, TX)
Texas Roll $9.95
Boiled shrimp, escola, tuna, avocado, cucumber & black caviar

Texas Rock ‘n Roll Sushi (HI)
Pistol Pete Texas Roll...$8.50
A spicy version of the California Roll

Koibito Sushi (Olympia, WA)
Salmon, Hamach, Crab, Avocado, Green Onion with Three different Tobiko on Top

Aloha Asian Cusine and Sushi (Atlanta, GA)
Hot Texas Roll $9.95*
Tempura flake topped with cooked shrimp, eel, avocado, masago & sriracha.

Dallas (TX) Morning News
Author: Dotty Griffith
Publish Date: March 24, 2004
East meets Texas
Fusion (****) blends Chinese, Japanese and Southeast Asian flavors with Texas tastes. Excellent sushi and clever entrees, served family-style for sharing, make this a standout among the growing number of local Asian-influenced restaurants.

Some like it hot: Many dishes have a spicy splash, such as the Texas roll with jalapeños and fried oysters with wasabi crème fraîche.

In Honor of the National Champions - The Texas Roll
Posted Jan 5th 2006 3:05PM by Sarah J. Gim
Very rarely do I order any of the specialty rolls in sushi bars. For some reason, it just seems blasphemous to me. However, I would like to think that lifting my personal ban on certain things in maki sushi and ordering the Texas Roll at LA’s Hana Sushi contributed to Texas’ lovely 41-38 win over USC in the Rose Bowl/Championship Bowl last night.

The Texas Roll is basically a Philadelphia Roll with salmon and cream cheese, but with the addition of fresh jalapenos to make it “Texan.” (I am already kicking myself for calling out the “Philadelphia Roll” because I had previously refused to acknowledge that it has become a regular, standard item on sushi menus.) The Texas Roll didn’t taste horrible, but I am thinking that it only tasted okay as I watched Vince Young sashay across the field to make a TD.

Seattle (WA) Post-Intelligencer
Last updated April 10, 2007 5:08 p.m. PT
Latin flavors spice up the main aisles
At the Tsunami Sushi bar in Tulsa, Okla., the Texas roll—which in addition to crab and tuna also sports chipotle cream cheese, jalapeno peppers and ancho aioli—is one of several offerings with Hispanic flavors.

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