Parma Ham and Cheese Batella Sushi

It's a great mix of Japanese batella sushi with Italian ingredients!

Recipe By: Deepseafish (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/269)
Makes 2 Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Sushi rice for 1
Parma ham slices 4
Cheese slices 2
Yuzu pepper as you like

Method

1
Prepare the sushi rice (150g uncooked rice per person) - you can make 2 lots of batella sushi. See this recipe for making sushi rice: recipe ID: 1894.
2
Put some cling film in the batella mould and lay two slices of parma ham.
3
Top with a quarter of the sushi rice evenly, then place a cheese slice cut in half to fit.
4
Top with another quarter of sushi rice evenly spread. Put the mould lid on and press firmly.
5
Remove from the moud and cut into 6 pieces with a wet knife. Now remove the cling film and transfer to a serving dish. You can garnish with some yuzu pepper if you like, before serving.
6
I used this parma ham.
7
Sushi vinegar (to make sushi rice) from Mizkan is easily available in supermarkets.

Tips & Note

●You'll first taste the vinegar in the sushi rice, then the cheese and lastly the parma ham. Your taste buds will be a bit puzzled, but will soon be happy!

Parma Ham and Cheese Batella Sushi

It's a great mix of Japanese batella sushi with Italian ingredients!

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

Makes 2

Cook: 10 min

Ingredients

Sushi rice for 1
Parma ham slices 4
Cheese slices 2
Yuzu pepper as you like

Parma Ham and Cheese Batella Sushi

Recipe ID :1896 Posted on 18 MAY 2016

Makes 2

Cook 10min
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It's a great mix of Japanese batella sushi with Italian ingredients!

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Ingredients

Method

Cook
10min
1
Prepare the sushi rice (150g uncooked rice per person) - you can make 2 lots of batella sushi. See this recipe for making sushi rice:recipe ID: 1894.
2
Put some cling film in the batella mould and lay two slices of parma ham.
3
Top with a quarter of the sushi rice evenly, then place a cheese slice cut in half to fit.
4
Top with another quarter of sushi rice evenly spread. Put the mould lid on and press firmly.
5
Remove from the moud and cut into 6 pieces with a wet knife. Now remove the cling film and transfer to a serving dish. You can garnish with some yuzu pepper if you like, before serving.
6
I used this parma ham.
7
Sushi vinegar (to make sushi rice) from Mizkan is easily available in supermarkets.

Tips & Note

●You'll first taste the vinegar in the sushi rice, then the cheese and lastly the parma ham. Your taste buds will be a bit puzzled, but will soon be happy!

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