USDA Prime Sirloin Steak
USDA Prime Sirloin Steak seared to perfection, served with mushrooms and sesame seeds. $24.99 for a limited time.
Not available in Hawaii and some international locations.
Locations throughout the United States, Latin America and Caribbean.
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Popular types of sushi include:
Nigiri : The most popular form of sushi, where various ingredients are placed on top of a bite-sized base of rice.
Maki-zushi or Norimaki : Rolled sushi. Made by rolling fish, vegetables and rice into a sheet of dried nori, using a bamboo mat, then cutting it into bite-sized pieces.
Te-maki : "Hand roll" style sushi. Made by rolling rice and other ingredients with nori to form a cone shape that's easy to pick up and eat with your hands.
Gunkan-maki : Sushi where nori is wrapped around rice to create a shallow dish, then filled with seafood like sea urchin or salmon roe.
Hako-zushi : Sushi pressed in a box, then cut into bite-sized pieces.
Inari-zushi : Deep-fried tofu pockets stuffed with seasoned rice.
Nare-zushi : Traditional fermented sushi, where the fish is fermented over a period of days.