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Tuesday Recipe Link-Up: Sushi

Tea Time Blog - In Love With Sushi

Finally, I am back from the trade show and feel better again after feeling sick for a few days. I think my body just needed to rest. I took today and tomorrow off from work to stay at home and supervise the workers installing our kitchen! It is so exciting that we will have a kitchen again after having to survive without one for almost two months

I am already making lists about things I want to cook as soon as everything is ready! I have been pinning recipes to my Food & Beverages Pinterest Board all the time and I can’t wait to try all these amazing recipes and even create some more of my own ideas.

But before I do all that, I would like to share some sushi recipes with you which I learned during a sushi cooking class that we attended last year! Sushi is such an amazing dish and I hope you like it as much as I do!!!

Tea Time Blog - In Love With Sushi

Sushi Ingredients

  • 250g (approx. 9 oz) of sushi rice (it is very important that you use this special rice as it is very sticky and will hold your sushi roll together!)
  • 8 Tablespoons of light rice vinegar
  • 50g (approx. 1.8 oz) sugar
  • 15g (approx. 0.5 oz) salt
  • Nori leaves
  • Whatever ingredients you’d like to fill your sushi roll with

Sushi Directions(Maki-rolls)

  1. Wash the rice under cold water until the water is clear (ideally use a strainer for that)
  2. Cook the rice in 350ml (approx. 12 oz) of boiling water. First cook it 2 minutes with an open pot, than close the lid and cook it with less heat for another 15 minutes.
  3. Take the pot from the stove, remove the lid and cover the rice with a kitchen towel. Leave it for another 10 minutes.
  4. In the meantime mix rice vinegar with sugar and salt and heat it up in a pot until sugar and salt have dissolved. Leave it afterwards to cool off.
  5. Fill the steaming rice into a flat bowl (ideally a wooden one) and add the mixture for sugar, vinegar and salt. Mix carefully with a wooden spoon.
  6. Let the rice cool off and place a wet tea towel on top of it until you use the rice to make the sushi.

Today, I am showing you, how to make Maki-rolls. Those are the ones where the nori leaf is outside and the surrounds the rice and the filling:

  1. Place the nori leave with the shiny side down on a bamboo mat.
  2. Wet your fingers with lemon infused water so that the rice will not stick to your fingers.
  3. Put some of the sushi rice on top of it (approx. half a centimeter) while leaving around one cm room at the sides.
  4. Then place all the ingredients onto the rice and roll the nori leaf. Afterwards, cut it into 8 equally sized pieces and you are ready to eat!

Tea Time Blog - In Love With Sushi


Your Turn:

Share your most favorite recipe of the week with fellow chefs and bakers in my Tuesday Recipe Link-UpI look forward to all your recipes! Don’t forget to stop by other bloggers who are sharing their recipes! Have a lovely Tuesday everybody!!! When you share your recipe, please use the Hashtag #TTTR

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