This was unbelievable delicious. I could only finish 3 quarters of this. For some reason I feel like I could eat so much m
ore sushi, but in a sandwich form? Not so much. Still delicious though! It’s a fun way to make sushi if you don’t have all the materials to make fancy rolls, or want to use the time to make individual sushi pieces and make them look pretty.
As a side, I also made Salmon Poke. Extremely easy to do, and even better with raw tuna! But being in Calgary, it’s rare to find relatively affordable tuna.
- 1/2 cup soy sauce
- 1/4 cup sugar
- 2 – 3 cups cubed Salmon
- 1/2 cup cubed cucumber
- 1/2 cup cubed red onion
- 1/2 cup cubed avocado
- Sesame & seaweed seasoning (Can be found in the import aisle in superstore or any T&T market)
- boil the soy sauce
- add the sugar and stir until the sugar has melted, take it off the heat
- put into refrigerator and let it cool into a reduction
- chop up the salmon, cucumber, red onion, and avocado
- when the soy sauce reduction is completely cooled, pour it onto the chopped poke
- mix well and add the Sesame & seaweed seasoning to taste.
We had a lot of rice and salmon left over, so I made some extra sushi rolls and sushi rice bowls for dinner the next day. And that blob you see below is actually Affogato! Espresso poured over ice cream, so good!