Friday, July 6, 2012

Simple Sushi

When I was little my Grandmother and Father taught me to make sushi. My grandmother had most of the proper tools because she had lived in Japan while my Grandfather was stationed there. I was fortunate enough to be introduced to a variety of foods when I was young so there isn't much that I don't like.

I spent this afternoon making some simple sushi and it was quite relaxing. This time around I didn't have the proper tools to cool the rice but it came out pretty good for using a Silpat and a paper fan.

Here are a few pictures of the process. I ended up making 15 rolls! If only they could stay fresh for a long time and I could have sushi everyday!

If you would like me to put in some steps and ingredients, just let me know, I may just add it here tomorrow.

10 comments:

  1. Looks delicious! I wish I could make sushi...

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    1. Thanks! You should give it a shot, really, the pictures pretty much show you how, if you stick to simple fillings then you shouldn't have too much trouble!

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  2. It's good you were introduced to a lot of different types of food. I seem to be really picky and there's a lot of foods I don't like.
    I've only had sushi once I think, and if I remember right, I liked it.
    Looks kind of fun and yummy too. (:

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    1. Aw you are missing out on so much. I feel bad for people who don't like the foods I like haha, I'm just like "This is soo good and you are missing out!"

      Thanks for reading!

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  3. Oh, it looks delicious, but personally, even though I lived in Japan, I do not like sushi. Nori might be the only food I cannot eat.
    Asilia

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    1. Nori is so good! I can eat it by its self when it comes in little packages.

      What didn't you like about it?

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  4. Looks so good! My grandparents and parents introduced my siblings and I to different foods when we were young too and I'm so glad for it! Aw that's so funny...my grandma and dad taught us to make sushi also. We used to have "make-your-own-sushi" nights and had family over. I miss those times.
    Thanks for sharing this! <3

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    1. We are the lucky ones then! I am thankful of my parents to have made me try things because I would be missing out on so much.

      What a coincidence!
      :) Thanks Traci!

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  5. Great! I would try and make some myself! Bump over you in beautylish! You are so pretty!! :)
    p/s: I have followed you. I hope we could make friend. :)

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