Bente
Apprentice
Bente Apprentice
5 years ago

45 min

20 min

Ingredients1 person

  • 115 g Salmon
  • 2 slices seaweed
  • 2 eggs
  • parsley
  • pinch of salt
  • 4 tablespoon soy sauce
  • 75 g rice
  • 1 cucumber
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 green teabag
  • 135 g water
  • 1 teaspoon wasabi
  • 1 tablespoon sugar
  • prepared seaweed salad

Start with cooking the rice, put 75 g rice into a pan and 130 g water. Let it cook until
all the water disappeared. The rice is ready to use now.

To make the sushi you have to slice long peaces of the cucumber and the carrot: 0,5
cm thin. Then cut thin slices of the salmon. Now gently put rice on a seaweed slice,
put slices of salmon on it, and finally put some water on the ends of the seaweed.
Roll it by moving you bamboo mat forward and continue rolling, keeping it tight
with every move, until you reach the end of the nori. Put pressure on the roll from all
three sides at the same time. Then take you sushi roll and cut it into pieces with a
wet knife, to avoid rice from sticking to the knife. Make two other sushi rolls, one
with cucumber slices and one with carrot slices and cut them too.

To make onigiri, you have to take some cling film to get the rice into the right shape.
It has to look like a thick triangle. If you want to, you can fill the onigiri with
something, like cranberries or umeboshi. Put a little rectangular seaweed slice on
the onigiri.

Now it's time to make the parsley tamagoyaki. You don't need to put parsley in it,
you can also use something else, or you can make just a plain tamagoyaki. Put two
eggs in a small bowl and a pinch of salt, 1 tablespoon of water, chopped parsley, 1
tablespoon of soy sauce and 1 tablespoon of sugar. Mix everything well and start to
heat the baking pan. Put some olive oil in the pan and wait until it's hot enough. Put
a little bit of the egg mixture in the pan and move your pan, so the whole pan is filled
with egg. When it's (almost) ready, roll the 'omelet', and push it to one side of the
pan. Put some new olive oil in the pan and when the next 'omelet' is ready, roll the
last one into the new one. Continue until you've used the whole egg mixture. When
your tamagoyaki is ready, put it on a plate and cut it into pieces.

Cut the remaining peaces of salmon and put them on a small plate. This is you
salmon sashimi. Put the wasabi next to it. If you want to, you cab out a few pieces of
cucumber on the sashimi.

You've to buy the fresh seaweed salad.

Make a cup of green tea, and put everything you've made on plate.

Enjoy your Japanese meal!

(You can also put everything you've made in a bento box)

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