Simple sushi

Updated: Jun 20, 2020

Simple Sushi Maki Rolls

Making maki rolls is something my children love to do and it’s surprisingly easy to master. Mine get to choose their own fillings, but 9/10 times they’ll go for their good ole favourite: cucumber🥒 🥒🥒

The nori seaweed wrap is highly nutritious and an excellent source of minerals, including iodine, and vitamins A, C and B complex. Cucumbers contain small amounts of vitamin C, K and potassium.

Most supermarkets stock nori and sushi rice. I use Yutaka.

Recipe 1 packet of sushi nori 500g sushi rice 330ml boiling water 1/4 cucumber sliced into long thin slices 1 avocado sliced thinly Smoked salmon cut into thin strips Soy sauce (gluten free tamari)

Method ☀️ Rinse the rice 3 times with cold water ☀️ Bring the rice and water to boil then simmer the rice for 10 mins until soft, then empty out onto a large plate to cool ☀️ Lay the nori sheet on a sushi rolling mat ☀️ Spread the cooled rice out thinly over the mat, leaving a 0.5cm space around the sides ☀️ Lay the chosen filling on the edge of the nori closest to u, then roll the seaweed over this and keep rolling until you have a complete roll ☀️ Squeeze the roll tight to let it stick together and put aside whilst you make the remaining rolls ☀️ Using a knife with a serated edge, slice the rolls so they are approx 3 cm deep (or whatever you fancy) and lay on a plate ready to dip into soy sauce or tamari (gluten free soy sauce).

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