Smoked Mackerel Sushi (Batella Style)

Use a batella mould to make this easy sushi.

Recipe By: KitchenCIB (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/94)
Serves 2 Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Cooked rice for 1
Sushi vinegar 4 tbsp
Smoked mackerel fillets 2
Pickled ginger (gari) a little
Wasabi as you like

Method

1
Make sushi rice while the cooked rice is hot. Use ready made sushi vinegar for a quick recipe.
2
I bought these smoked mackerel fillets from Tesco, use only half of this 4 fillet pack.
3
Put the mackerel in the microwave for 40 seconds. It will shrink so don't overcook.
4
Put some cling film into a batella mould.
5
Place the mackerel on the bottom, skin side down. Cut it to size if it's too long and fill the gaps.
6
If you have gari, put thin slices of this on top.
7
Put half of the sushi rice on top and put the lid on and press down firmly.
8
Remove from the mould and slice into 6 equal pieces with a wet knife (including the cling film). Remove the cling film and squeeze a small bit of wasabi on top. It's ready to serve.
9
I used this Mizkan sushi vinegar, it's really handy in dressings too.
10
To make quick sushi rice, see this recipe ID: 1894.

Tips & Note

●Sometimes, the gari prevents the mackerel and rice from sticking together, so it's not essential to use this
●Cutting the sushi into 6 pieces is the most difficult part, so use a wet knife when you're ready for this bit

Smoked Mackerel Sushi (Batella Style)

Use a batella mould to make this easy sushi.

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

Serves 2

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Cooked rice for 1
Sushi vinegar 4 tbsp
Smoked mackerel fillets 2
Pickled ginger (gari) a little
Wasabi as you like

Smoked Mackerel Sushi (Batella Style)

Recipe ID :1889 Posted on 17 MAY 2016

Serves 2

Cook 15min
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Use a batella mould to make this easy sushi.

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15min
1
Make sushi rice while the cooked rice is hot. Use ready made sushi vinegar for a quick recipe.
2
I bought these smoked mackerel fillets from Tesco, use only half of this 4 fillet pack.
3
Put the mackerel in the microwave for 40 seconds. It will shrink so don't overcook.
4
Put some cling film into a batella mould.
5
Place the mackerel on the bottom, skin side down. Cut it to size if it's too long and fill the gaps.
6
If you have gari, put thin slices of this on top.
7
Put half of the sushi rice on top and put the lid on and press down firmly.
8
Remove from the mould and slice into 6 equal pieces with a wet knife (including the cling film). Remove the cling film and squeeze a small bit of wasabi on top. It's ready to serve.
9
I used this Mizkan sushi vinegar, it's really handy in dressings too.
10
To make quick sushi rice, see this recipe ID: 1894.

Tips & Note

●Sometimes, the gari prevents the mackerel and rice from sticking together, so it's not essential to use this
●Cutting the sushi into 6 pieces is the most difficult part, so use a wet knife when you're ready for this bit

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