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Sushi time!

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ChristLane2930

Sushi time!

I would say my sushi is better than in sushi resto here! ( just kidding! ☻☻☻) lol!

the difference is the way they cooked the rice. I learned making sushi in Japan way back year 2000.

No one beats home cooked foods! :)

 

 

close-up. Ain't it yummy? look at those transparent rice! that's how the sushi rice should be. :)

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gmagmabaking2

Those look great... what a talent you have.

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ChristLane2930

Thank you gmagma. :)

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dwcoleman

Awesome job! I love sushi a lot!

Did you buy sushi grade salmon for the rolls? 

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ChristLane2930

Likewise here coleman! ^^

Nope... I always use salmon belly for the rolls!.

I buy very fresh salmon (doesn't matter to me if its expensive as long as its fresh!) and I cleaned it myself! I used half fillet for sushi and sashimi and the other half, I steamed it with lemon with some fresh herbs. Salmon belly tastes excellent in rolls! :)

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FrenchNyonya

Wow.. your Sushi plater is so yummyyyy. They do look like those from Japanese restaurant. Do you put some wasabi in them too?? My French in laws would not have any raw fish :( so I only cook Chinese/Malaysian food for them and now I bake breads for them :)

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ChristLane2930

Thank you Sylvia!

Yes I put wasabi in them! I put a lotttt!!!! and so when they put some more wasabi in their soy sauce, they all grabbed for the water! :)) :))

My in-laws love fresh sea foods! we all love sea foods! hahaha

I cook some Chinese food too... but I love Japanese food! Malaysian food is good too!

My mom-in-law requested for Nems (now Vietnamese) and some ravioli vapeur! :)

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dwcoleman

I really feel like sushi now.  Sashimi, spicy tuna rolls, gyoza, edamame....  thank god all you can eat sushi is big in Canada now.

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ChristLane2930

Oh coleman you makes me drool here!!!!! :))

when I was in Japan, we always go to Yakiniku resto, Izakaya (bar) and Ramen house! Oh myyyy... their ramen is soooo delicious! And not to forget Yoshinoya (fastastic gyudon!) and sushi restos!

gyoza (miamm! miamm!!!) edamame with sprinkled salt (which I always eat when I watch tv. I'm a biggest fan of Nabeyaki Udon in winter and sobas. 

Japanese food is simply awesome!

:)~~

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Mini Oven

made into maki

                  so the mass invasion

                                 of Japanese food with sourdough can begin!

:)

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ChristLane2930

What a good idea! but how? :)

... maybe instead of using Nori as the wrapper for maki...

why not we try steamed sourdough wanton wrapper? lol!

I wonder how the taste will be! hahaha

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Mini Oven

with sourdough, a sweet/acid sourdough...  First comes roasted laver, then thin moist sourdough layer and then all the neat middle stuff.  Roll up and let relax before cutting with very sharp sushi knife.