Sushi is a dish made with rice and fish served with various fillings and toppings. The most popular type of sushi today is the sushi roll. Rice along with vegetables, meats, fish or seafood are wrapped in a seaweed sheet called nori. Sushi is considered a fast-food item and you can get sushi rolls in all sorts of varieties and flavors. Today’s crazy salmon sushi roll recipe is an enhanced version of the regular salmon sushi roll. The filling is made with spicy salmon tartare with slices of fresh avocado. Instead of just slicing the sushi roll, it is topped off with salmon slices, then torched. This gives a wonderful texture and flavor to the dish.
• 1 cup of chopped fresh salmon
• ½ tbsp sriracha sauce
• 1 tsp kimchee sauce
• 1 tsp sesame oil
• 1 tsp mayonnaise
• 1 tbsp chopped scallions
• 1 tsp black sesame seeds
• ½ cup of sushi rice
• nori sheet
• 1 tsp black sesame seeds
• 3 avocado slices
• 2 thin slices of salmon
• salmon roe
• 1 tsp chopped fresh parsley
This recipe takes about 20 minutes to make. Serves 1 to 2.
In a small bowl, mix together chopped fresh salmon, sriracha sauce, kimchee sauce, sesame oil, mayonnaise, chopped scallions, and sesame seeds.
Spread sushi rice on the nori sheet.
Sprinkle sesame seeds on the rice.
As this will be an inside-out roll, place it on sushi mat lined with plastic wrap with the nori sheet facing up.
Arrange avocado slices on the nori sheet.
Evenly spread spicy salmon mixture on top.
Roll the sushi tightly.
Place salmon slices on top of the roll.
Lay a plastic wrap on top of the sushi, then cover with a sushi mat.
Press the sides of the sushi mat to form a square sided roll.
Cut into 8 slices.
Arrange sushi on a serving platter.
Put mayonnaise on top.
Using a torch, quickly roast the top of the sushi.
Place salmon roe on top, then sprinkle with chopped fresh parsley.
Ideas And Tips:
• Aside from salmon, you can also use tuna.
• You can substitute sriracha sauce with wasabi paste.
• You can substitute kimchee sauce with red chili sauce.
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