Cooked Sushi

I was craving sushi and didn’t have any sushi grade fish, so I got a little creative with the items in our fridge/pantry. First, you need nori (dried seaweed sheets) and to make sushi rice. The rest is easy - you pick your fillings, like the things you want in a sandwich, or the toppings to put on pizza. It’s fun. 
Fillings set-up.

Ready to roll.
Here are the combo’s I came up with:
1. Seared steak w/ sauteed mushroom and onion, a thin layer of hot mustard, topped with a garlic chip and toasted black sesame seed.
2. Smoked (canned) tuna w/ a slice of raw onion, crumbled feta, and topped with green onion and toasted white sesame seed.
3. Spicy crab mix (imitation crab, mayo, and sri racha), chopped jalapeño, avocado slice, bell pepper strip and lettuce.
4. Garlic shrimp, minced ginger, avocado slice, sliced mushroom, and lettuce topped with toasted white sesame seed and mini crunchy shrimp (found in Chinese store).
5. The Italian Roll! Bacon strips, crumbled feta, sundried tomato, garlic, and fresh basil.
I heard the last two were (surprisingly) the favs. After those 5, I mixed and matched all of those ingredients so no rolls were the same. Sushi is easy and fun. And I love it. I want more sushi now…

Chef: the gf.


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