Sushi - delicious and easy to make once you know how!
Cook the rice in constantly boiling water for 10 minutes, stirring a few times.
Drain rice and stir 1/4 packet of sushi rice powder mix through.
Cool in fridge.
Lay one sheet of seaweed on a sushi mat.
Place a thin layer of rice on the bottom two-thirds of the seaweed. Press lightly into the seaweed.
Place a few grains of rice along the top of the seaweed in order to seal the seaweed down.
Place a horizontal thin strip of diced or sliced vegetables, meats, fish etc in the middle of the rice.
Using the sushi mat, quickly fold the bottom end of the sushi over so the bottom end of the seaweed meets the top end of the seaweed which has no rice on it.
Slowly fold the mat away ad roll the sushi around, squeezing the mat gently so the sushi roll is firm.
Leave sitting in the mat for 2-5 minutes before cutting so the seaweed seals ad softens.
Cut into 6 pieces with a very sharp knife.
Serve with wasabi, soy sauce, pickled ginger.
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