Super Easy Smoked Salmon Sushi

Smoked salmon sushi at its simplest...yet still tasty and looks good!

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)
Makes 12 Prep: 20 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Smoked salmon 120g
Sushi rice for 1 person
Chilli mayonnaise as required
Red chilli (optional) as required
Spring onions 2-3
Lemon 1 slice
Lumpfish caviar as required

Method

1
I used two trays (12 x 18cm) that I bought from John Lewis. The depth is about 1cm. It is just the right size.
2
Lay a large piece of cling film in one tray, then spread out the smoked salmon evenly.
3
Cover with the sushi rice right to the edges and wrap over with the cling film. Use the other tray to press down firmly.
4
Turn over onto a chopping board and remove from tray, but keep the cling film on.
5
Cut into 12 pieces, using a wet knife with every slice.
6
Garnish with a touch of chilli mayonnaise and lumpfish caviar...
7
...then top with a small piece of red chilli, the finely chopped spring onion, and the tip of a thinly sliced lemon. It's delicious as it is, even without soy sauce!

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Super Easy Smoked Salmon Sushi

Smoked salmon sushi at its simplest...yet still tasty and looks good!

Recipe By: cookbuzz (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/454)

Makes 12

Prep: 20 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Smoked salmon 120g
Sushi rice for 1 person
Chilli mayonnaise as required
Red chilli (optional) as required
Spring onions 2-3
Lemon 1 slice
Lumpfish caviar as required

Super Easy Smoked Salmon Sushi

Recipe ID :2701 Posted on 20 JUL 2017

Makes 12

Prep 20min
Cook 15min
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Smoked salmon sushi at its simplest...yet still tasty and looks good!

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120g
for 1 person
as required
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2-3
1 slice
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Method

Prep
20min
Cook
15min
1
I used two trays (12 x 18cm) that I bought from John Lewis. The depth is about 1cm. It is just the right size.
2
Lay a large piece of cling film in one tray, then spread out the smoked salmon evenly.
3
Cover with the sushi rice right to the edges and wrap over with the cling film. Use the other tray to press down firmly.
4
Turn over onto a chopping board and remove from tray, but keep the cling film on.
5
Cut into 12 pieces, using a wet knife with every slice.
6
Garnish with a touch of chilli mayonnaise and lumpfish caviar...
7
...then top with a small piece of red chilli, the finely chopped spring onion, and the tip of a thinly sliced lemon. It's delicious as it is, even without soy sauce!
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