Daca preferati sa mancati acasa in aceasta perioada, dar va e si dor de ceva exotic, vreau sa va arat ca nu e deloc greu sa faci sushi acasa :) Conteaza enorm ingredientele folosite, eu am folosite produse de super calitate din gama Clearspring, pe care le-am primit de la Paradisul Verde, magazin cu muuuulte bunatati sanatoase. Va invit sa aruncati o privire pe site-ul lor AICI :)

Ingrediente:

Umplutura:

  • legume: castravete, ardei gras, morcov, avocado, sparanghel
  • proteine*: somon afumat, tofu, creveti, ton
  • seminte de susan, albe sau negre (optional)

Pentru servire:

Metoda de preparare

Orezul brun se clateste foarte bine pana cand apa ramane curata. Se pune la fiert la foc mic in 600ml de apa si se lasa la fiert aprox 35-40 de min, amestecand frecvent, pana se absoarbe toata apa (in general, cititi si urmati instructiunile de pe ambalajul orezului). In orezul cald adaugam 4 linguri din sosul-condiment pentru sushi Clearspring (acest sos contine doar: otet din orez brun, mirin, sos de soia, sare de mare), si amestecam bine, apoi intindem orezul pe o tava intr-un strat uniform, la racit.

Pe covorasul pentru sushi Clearspring punem folie alimentara si asezam o foaie Nori. Cu mainile umezite, intindem in strat subtire orezul pentru sushi, o treime din cantitatea obtinuta dupa fierbere si asezonare.

Adaugam umplutura dorita sub forma de betisoare lunguiete: eu am folosit ardei gras, castravete, avocado si somon afumat la cald. Rulam usor folosindu-ne de covoras si imbracam ruloul obtinut in folie alimentara, lasandu-l la rece pana il servim. Repetam de 2 ori, vom obtine 3 rulouri in total :)

Inainte de servire taiem rondele cu un cutit ascutit si servim acest sushi cu sos de soia sau sos Tamari (varianta fara gluten adica) si ghimbir murat, ambele de la Clearspring :) O NE-BU-NI-E a iesit totul, pofta mare!

*Folosind Tofu sau/si doar legume, acest fel de mancare devine de post, vegan. Iar cu sos Tamari, reteta este fara gluten. P.S. – cu Silken Tofu de la Clearspring am facut acest Tiramisu de post :)

ENGLISH VERSION

If you prefer to stay at home during these crazy times, but you miss an exotic dish, I want to show you it’s so easy to make sushi at home :) The ingredients are very important, I used Clearspring ingredients, they are top quality and really make a difference.

Ingredients:

  • 190g sushi brown rice
  • 600ml water
  • 4 tbsp Clearspring sushi seasoning*
  • (or 3 tbsp Clearspring rice vinegar, 1 tbsp sugar/honey, 1 tsp salt)
  • 3 Nori sheets
  • sushi bamboo mat

Filling:

  • veggies: cucumber, bell pepper, carrot, avocado, asparagus
  • protein*: smoked salmon, tofu, shrimps, tuna
  • sesame seeds, white or black (optional)

For serving:

  • pickled ginger
  • soy sauce or Tamari sauce (gluten-free)
  • wasabi paste (optional)

Rinse the rice very well, put in a pot with the 600ml of water and and bring to a boil. Once it starts to boil, lower the heat and simmer for 35-40 min, until the water is fully absorbed (always follow the instructions of the rice package). In the warm rice add 4 tablespoons of the seasoning (it contains only brown rice vinegar, mirin, soy sauce sea salt) and mix well, then spread he rice over a large tray to cool.

Add a clingfilm sheet on the sushi bamboo mat and a Nori sheet. Wet your hands and spread the rice over the Nori sheet, one third of the quantity obtained after boiling and seasoning. Add the desired filling, I used bell pepper, avocado, cucumber and smoked salmon.

Roll using the bamboo mat and wrap in clingfilm, chill the cylinder until serving. We will get 3 cylinders. Cut the sushi rolls with a sharp knife and serve them with soy sauce and pickled ginger. Super yummy, enjoy!

*Using only Tofu and/or just veggies this dish becomes vegan. And if you use Tamari sauce, also gluten free :)

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