Lettuce And Sundried Tomato Maki Sushi Roll by So Restaurant London

A colourful vegetarian maki roll using lettuce instead of nori.

Recipe By: So Restaurant (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/258)
Serves 2 Prep: 10 min Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Lettuce leaves 3-4
Pepper 1/2
Sundried tomatoes 2
Avocado 1/6
Capers 10
Chives 4
Olive oil as required
Sushi rice 200g
Salt for boiling 1 pinch

Method

1
These are the ingredients.
2
Thinly slice the pepper and finely chop the capers.
3
Remove the oil from the sundried tomatoes and cut into strips. Peel the avocado then cut into strips.
4
Bring water to the boil in a large pan and add a pinch of salt. Prepare a bowl with iced water and a pinch of salt.
5
Remove the hard centre core form the lettuce leaves and boil for 1 minute. Remove and transfer to the iced water then pat dry.
6
Lay the lettuce leaves out on a bamboo mat to make a rectangle shape.
7
Put 200g cooked sushi rice on the lettuce and spread out.
8
Keep the edges and top 1cm clear of rice.
9
Place the avocado slices and chives along the centre of the rice.
10
Add the pepper, capers and sundried tomatoes.
11
Lift the bamboo mat with the lettuce and rice from your side and roll up and over to cover the ingredients.
12
Be careful not to split the lettuce. Cut carefully into 8 by cutting into half first then again to make even pieces. Arrange nicely on a serving dish.

Tips & Note

●Boiling the lettuce in salted water keeps its nice green colour.
●Pat dry the lettuce thoroughly otherwise the finished sushi will be limp.
●The green lettuce and red sundried tomatoes will look good with a yellow or orange pepper.

Lettuce And Sundried Tomato Maki Sushi Roll by So Restaurant London

A colourful vegetarian maki roll using lettuce instead of nori.

Recipe By: So Restaurant (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/258)

Serves 2

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Lettuce leaves 3-4
Pepper 1/2
Sundried tomatoes 2
Avocado 1/6
Capers 10
Chives 4
Olive oil as required
Sushi rice 200g
Salt for boiling 1 pinch

Lettuce And Sundried Tomato Maki Sushi Roll by So Restaurant London

Recipe ID :1524 Posted on 08 JAN 2016

Serves 2

Prep 10min
Cook 10min
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A colourful vegetarian maki roll using lettuce instead of nori.

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3-4
1/2
2
1/6
10
4
as required
200g
1 pinch

Method

Prep
10min
Cook
10min
1
These are the ingredients.
2
Thinly slice the pepper and finely chop the capers.
3
Remove the oil from the sundried tomatoes and cut into strips. Peel the avocado then cut into strips.
4
Bring water to the boil in a large pan and add a pinch of salt. Prepare a bowl with iced water and a pinch of salt.
5
Remove the hard centre core form the lettuce leaves and boil for 1 minute. Remove and transfer to the iced water then pat dry.
6
Lay the lettuce leaves out on a bamboo mat to make a rectangle shape.
7
Put 200g cooked sushi rice on the lettuce and spread out.
8
Keep the edges and top 1cm clear of rice.
9
Place the avocado slices and chives along the centre of the rice.
10
Add the pepper, capers and sundried tomatoes.
11
Lift the bamboo mat with the lettuce and rice from your side and roll up and over to cover the ingredients.
12
Be careful not to split the lettuce. Cut carefully into 8 by cutting into half first then again to make even pieces. Arrange nicely on a serving dish.

Tips & Note

●Boiling the lettuce in salted water keeps its nice green colour.
●Pat dry the lettuce thoroughly otherwise the finished sushi will be limp.
●The green lettuce and red sundried tomatoes will look good with a yellow or orange pepper.

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