While I kind of like Sushi, I can’t really be called a sushi-lover since I don’t like almost any traditional sushi fillings. However I was thinking about making sushi with my choosing of ingredients. It had to be tested beforehand though, so I though I’d make a decent meal out of the test.
- 3 dl short rice (used for porridge)
- 4.5 dl water
- 1 tbsp salt
- 1 tsp black pepper, ground
- 1-2 tsp ginger (dried, powdered)
- ½ tsp orange/mandarin zest
- 20-50g butter
- pinch of cumin
Wash rice gently, but well. Cook in a rice cooker or however you want. I have a special pot made for cooking rice in a microwave. I cooked mine for 15 minutes and let it sit for 30 minutes in the microwave before touching it.
Pour it into a bowl and season and add butter. It’s sort of sticky and heavy so mixing it well is almost a chore, be sure to do it anyways, otherwise you’ll end up with “surprises” when you’re eating it…
Put a towel on top to keep it warm and moist. Leave be while you make the rest of the meal.
- 3-4 carrots
- 10 cm of cucumber
- 1 stalk of celery
- 15 cm of leek
- 1-3 cloves of garlic
- 2 dl sweet corn (I used frozen)
- 2 dl sweet peas (I used frozen)
- 200-300 g marinated chicken (mine was “smooth pepper”)
- 100 g ham slices (meant for sandwiches)
Wash everything, peel carrots and leek if needed. Chop everything to 5 cm long pieces then cut them to thin strips (Julienne cut). Put each ingredient to different small bowls.
Cook chicken as you’d like. Mine was in strips and marinated already so I just fried it for 15 minutes or so and put into a small bowl.
Peel garlic and mince, put into a tiny bowl.
For sweet corn and peas, I defrosted them and warmed them up in a microwave with a tiny pinch of butter added.
Serve in separate bowls and let everyone choose what to eat with their rice.