Sushi Wraps

These wraps are golden! Basically like sushi but wrapped like a burrito or a popiah and it’s so great as a snack on-the-go or a quick meal. It’s really easy to make, minimum cooking required and it’s fun!! I’ve been seeing variations of this recipe float around on Pinterest, decided to give it a go, and ever since I’ve already made these a few times. Stoked to share this, leggo.

Ingredients:

  • Japanese rice
  • Rice seasoning
  • Seaweed sheets (the big kind)
  • Cucumber
  • Egg
  • Crab stick
  • Mayo
  • Sesame Oil
  • Ham
  • Tobiko (egg roe)

While the Japanese rice is in the rice cooker, fry the eggs, place the crab sticks in boiling water to soften them and slice the cucumbers. I cut up the crab sticks and added sesame oil and mayonnaise. Afterwards, place your seaweed sheet on a flat surface and add in rice and the rest of the ingredients. Make sure it’s not too thick so that you can still wrap it up in the end! Usually if I make this for lunch, I would make it in the morning and wrap it up with a plastic cling sheet first so that it retains its shape.

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Happy munching!

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