Rollmop Sushi Batella Style

It's so easy if you have this mould, it looks like genuine sushi!

Recipe By: Deepseafish (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/269)
Makes 2 Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Rollmop herring tub 1
Sushi rice for 1
Sushi vinegar (for the rice) 3 tbsp
Sushi vinegar (for the fish) 3 tbsp

Method

1
I bought this tub of rollmop herrings, you can make two batella mould sushi from this amount.
2
Remove the herrings from the tub and pat dry. Put on a plate and add 3 tbsp sushi vinegar. Keep aside for 30 minutes then pat dry again.
3
To make sushi rice, see this recipe ID: 1894.
4
Put the cling film into the batella mould and lay in the herrings skin side down. Try to get the herrings to stick up a little along the top and bottom so that the next layer of rice will fit inside it.
5
There should be some pickled onions in with the herrings - lay these on top inside the mould. Top with half of the sushi rice. Put the batella mould lid on and press down firmly.
6
Remove the sushi from the mould and cut into 6 equal pieces with a wet knife.
7
You can serve with some wasabi on top, if you like.
8
I used Mizkan sushi vinegar, available in London.

Tips & Note

●You normally use 4 tbsp sushi vinegar for 1 gou (150g uncooked rice), but the herrings are already pickled, so use only 3 tbsp

Rollmop Sushi Batella Style

It's so easy if you have this mould, it looks like genuine sushi!

Recipe By: Deepseafish (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/269)

Makes 2

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Rollmop herring tub 1
Sushi rice for 1
Sushi vinegar (for the rice) 3 tbsp
Sushi vinegar (for the fish) 3 tbsp

Rollmop Sushi Batella Style

Recipe ID :1893 Posted on 18 MAY 2016

Makes 2

Cook 20min
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It's so easy if you have this mould, it looks like genuine sushi!

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Ingredients

Method

Cook
20min
1
I bought this tub of rollmop herrings, you can make two batella mould sushi from this amount.
2
Remove the herrings from the tub and pat dry. Put on a plate and add 3 tbsp sushi vinegar. Keep aside for 30 minutes then pat dry again.
3
To make sushi rice, see this recipe ID: 1894.
4
Put the cling film into the batella mould and lay in the herrings skin side down. Try to get the herrings to stick up a little along the top and bottom so that the next layer of rice will fit inside it.
5
There should be some pickled onions in with the herrings - lay these on top inside the mould. Top with half of the sushi rice. Put the batella mould lid on and press down firmly.
6
Remove the sushi from the mould and cut into 6 equal pieces with a wet knife.
7
You can serve with some wasabi on top, if you like.
8
I used Mizkan sushi vinegar, available in London.

Tips & Note

●You normally use 4 tbsp sushi vinegar for 1 gou (150g uncooked rice), but the herrings are already pickled, so use only 3 tbsp

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