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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

How to Make Fried Sushi


I tried fried sushi last year when i was visiting my family in MO. We went out with my sisters. They had this sushi place it was so beautiful inside. I only seen in movies such a beautiful restaurants. I made sushi before, just not fried. So then we made fried sushi at my moms house. They had this sushi sauce in the restaurant  that became our favorite. 



To make rice you will need:
2.5 cups uncooked sushi rice
2.5oz rice vinegar
3 oz mirin
1 or 2 tbls sugar
It makes 6  rolls


For  filling:
Cucumbers
Cream cheese
Smoked salmon or Crabs
Red bell pepper

Sushi nori
Sushi mat
 
For frying:
Panko
2 eggs
Flour
Oil

    Sauce: ( this is our favorite sushi sauce) 
2 tbls Mayonnaise
Sriracha hot chili sauce desired amount to make it spicy 
1/4 tsp toasted sesame oil

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This is the sauce ingredients: Mix 2 tbs mayo with a few drops of toasted sesame oil and hot sriracha chili to your taste.


Mix eggs in a bowl.
Cut all the the other ingredients in strips.
Cook rice, salt water. 
Put cooked rice in a bowl add Mirin, sushi vinegar,sugar. Mix well. Cover with wet paper towel.

Place nori shiny side down. Dip your hands in water. Get rice, spread it over nori leaving the closing side. Place all ingredients in the middle.
Roll  lift the edge up and over the filling. (watch the  Video)
Tuck the mat tightly into a roll. Pull back to tighten the roll. Water the edge of nori. Roll all the way.



First roll sushi in the flour.
Next roll in eggs.
Then roll in panko.
Put in boiling oil.
Boil em for a few min on high  turn on the on other side.
Take it out and place it on the paper towel for a few min.
Enjoy warm!!!



8 comments:

  1. Awsome.Good job Lilya these look great.

    Natasha Bratkova -Kravets

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  2. I love yourintusiasm great job looks greeeaat. Tanya linnik

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  3. Lea where do u get mirim and sushi vinegar? Thanks

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    1. I buy it at Central Market.
      Thanks Tanya✿✿✿

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  4. Brilliant, you just got a new follower,was a chef for 13 yrs,love cooking,never been able to make sushi the way I like it..you make it look so easy. Excellent Job Lea !! And I repinned it :-)

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    1. Glad I can help.
      Thank you Paul:)))

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