So it’s been awhile and finally I got an update. Here I show you how to make Fried Salmon Sushi, well special bonus is included.
Take a Teflon pan add some oil, heat it up. Cut the salmon into pieces of half an inch wide, some stores sell salmon pre-cut. Then take a raw salmon or trout and fry it on hot pan. Don’t add any ingredients, just simply fry the salmon.
Now the salmon is ready, as you can see it has changed color and looks quite tasty. Here you can fry one piece of salmon a bit more. That way you will get two types of fried salmon. One will be crispy, the other will be soft. Both are great, so try to make sushi out of both.
On the picture bellow I have mixed some ingredients with fried salmon. The white looking thing is crab stick and a bit lower is a pre cut carrot.
All is left now is to roll the Maki Sushi into one roll. Here is the link on how to roll sushi.
In addition to the fried salmon I have prepared more ingredients so I could make many different maki sushi. On the picture below I have prepared: salt trout (salmon), unagi (eel), crab sticks, carrots, cucumber and salad shrimps that are hidden on the other plate.
I have played a round with ingredients and created some interesting Maki Sushi.
Ingredients for Maki Sushi: Salad shrimps, Eel, Cucumber. (below)
Ingredients for sushi: Salt Salmon, Eel, Carrots.
On the picture below you can see all types of sushi that I have made out of listed ingredients. By the way, I have only used 500 grams of sushi rice. Overall preparation time was about 1.5 to 2 hours.
Maki Sushi is prepared and about to be eaten. Actually what you see on the picture above is more than enough for two people.
I have created a Sushi Gallery, so all sushi pictures will be stored there. So, when you will make some lovely sushi, please take a few pictures and send those pictures to me (my email is info (doggy) sushicup.com ) and I will gladly add them to sushi picture gallery. Of course, if you want to go farther, you could write a small article and include your sushi pictures.