Mosaic sushi roll recipe

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Mosaic sushi roll recipe

This is a great sushi roll to learn how to make, it is remarkably beautiful and although it looks extremely complex it is surprisingly simple to make, when finished it has the added feature of being able to assemble it horizontally to create a sushi mosaic art piece.

 

Ingredients:

utensils:

 

 Recipe step by step instructions:

 

rolling a sushi spiral with wasabi marinated masago eggs

 

how to roll a spiral sushi roll with green masago eggs

spiral sushi rolls with masago and wasabi masago

two spirals sushi rolls resting and compressing

 

 

 

 

cutting the spiral sushi rollCut the spiral rolls in to quarters, length wise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

assembling the mosaic sushi roll - how to make sushiAssemble the mosaic sushi roll , begin by placing two of the spiral roll quartersone of each color ( orange , green) at one end of half a sheet of nori, the spiral pieces must be places opposing each other to form a V shape between them, in the V shape you place some avocado slices then some sashimi grade tuna followed by more slices and then two more spiral quarters to form a square shaped roll.

 

Now you begin the rolling by simply tipping the square ingredients on to its side, continue this process till you reach the end of the nori sheet.

Once you have finished rolling the mosaic roll leave it to rest for 10 minutes so that the moisture can seep out of the rice and in to the nori sheet causing it to shrink, this will compress the sushi roll as the nori tightens up.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

sushi art - amazing fodCut the sushi roll using an extremely sharp knife.

 

Serve with some soya sauce, wasabi and ginger. Enjoy

 

tip: dip the tip on the knife in some water and allow a drop of water to run down the blade of the knife before cutting the roll, this will ensure cleaner cuts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This article was written by D.Devaux

4 comments:

carsten at Reply

the nori sheets seems moist. do you prepare them somehow before using them??

D.Devaux at Reply

nope, they are dry from the packet. the one thing you can do is toast them a little just before using this increases the favor and makes the nori a bit fresher, as they are toasted seaweed sheets.

Juile at Reply

I wish i can do this… I will try and send you a picture !

D.Devaux at Reply

Cool, it will be great to see your picture.

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