Smoked Salmon Futomaki Sushi Roll

Lumpfish caviar (quite reasonable cost) makes this a bit more exclusive.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)
Makes 1本 Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Sushi rice 250g
Nori sheet 1
Lumpfish caviar 1 tbsp
Surimi (crab sticks) 2
Cucumber as required
Smoked salmon 30-40g
Dashi omelette roll 1 cm square
Basil leaves 6-8
Pickled ginger slices (gari) 4

Method

1
Here are the ingredients I'll include in the roll.
2
This is the lumpfish caviar, normally found near the smoked salmon.
3
Place the nori sheet on a bamboo mat and spread with sushi rice leaving a quarter free at the top. Layer the other ingredients about half way up the rice (see the photo).
4
Roll up using the bottom end of the nori with the bamboo. Press down firmly as you roll to make a solid square or round roll.
5
Slice into 8 equal pieces (cut in half then half again and so on) with a wet knife. Transfer to a serving dish.

Tips & Note

●You could add 2 tbsp mayonnaise to give a bit of extra sauce. Futomaki roll means a thicker fatter roll and uses a whole nori sheet instead of a half (maki roll). To make the omelette, add some dashi broth to the beaten egg and fry, then roll up and slice. If you don't have dashi broth, simply add a tsp sugar.

Smoked Salmon Futomaki Sushi Roll

Lumpfish caviar (quite reasonable cost) makes this a bit more exclusive.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)

Makes 1本

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Sushi rice 250g
Nori sheet 1
Lumpfish caviar 1 tbsp
Surimi (crab sticks) 2
Cucumber as required
Smoked salmon 30-40g
Dashi omelette roll 1 cm square
Basil leaves 6-8
Pickled ginger slices (gari) 4

Smoked Salmon Futomaki Sushi Roll

Recipe ID :1625 Posted on 29 JAN 2016

Makes 1本

Cook 10min
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Lumpfish caviar (quite reasonable cost) makes this a bit more exclusive.

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250g
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1 tbsp
2
as required
30-40g
1 cm square
6-8
4

Method

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10min
1
Here are the ingredients I'll include in the roll.
2
This is the lumpfish caviar, normally found near the smoked salmon.
3
Place the nori sheet on a bamboo mat and spread with sushi rice leaving a quarter free at the top. Layer the other ingredients about half way up the rice (see the photo).
4
Roll up using the bottom end of the nori with the bamboo. Press down firmly as you roll to make a solid square or round roll.
5
Slice into 8 equal pieces (cut in half then half again and so on) with a wet knife. Transfer to a serving dish.

Tips & Note

●You could add 2 tbsp mayonnaise to give a bit of extra sauce. Futomaki roll means a thicker fatter roll and uses a whole nori sheet instead of a half (maki roll). To make the omelette, add some dashi broth to the beaten egg and fry, then roll up and slice. If you don't have dashi broth, simply add a tsp sugar.

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