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Our sushi will be rolled with non-traditional and creative ingredients -- foods that anyone can buy in their local supermarket ...
anywhere in America.
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Today, we’re going to be making an American Sushi. And you may ask is American about Sushi? It's very simple, you use American ingredients. We will be using things you can buy from the supermarket in your everyday neighborhood. Let's take a quick look. Sundried tomato, pie nuts, crumbled up goat cheese, asparagus that we’ve already roasted. For desert, the dried mango, the dried apricots. We’ll be using the Sushi rice that I've already prepared. Isn’t it nice and sticky and yet, you that they're green. You can use just about anything you want in an American Sushi, Turkey and cranberry sauce with hams, ham and eggs, rare roast beef and horseradish. The sky is the limit, I learn these modern techniques from my friend and sponsor Evil Auntie Nakamura in the earlier days. Let's take a quick look at our Sushi Nori, which is of course dried seaweed. Alright, we’re going to out the ingredients down very, very firmly. There we go, the goat cheese, and we’ll just kind of swirl it around. Now, we’ve got the goat cheese, all spread out. We’re going to be putting in roasted sun dried tomatoes. Oh yes! Very nice. Now finally, our asparagus, a few pine nuts, now we’re going to roll it very, very tight. And of course, other techniques that are more contemporary that are perfectly suited for rolled American Sushi. And I'm going to put a little bit of moisture on the seaweed, the Nori, just so they will stick together. See that’s very nice. That’s just gluing things. And I’ll take this and I’d roll it tight. Now, you get to see what a rolled up Sushi looks like. That’s a sushi knife and I’ll just be using it on the sushi. We’ve completed our sushi, placed on the platter in a nice attractive pattern. And of course, we’ve provided the appropriate condiments, our pickle ginger, wasabi sauce and a little bit of soy sauce. Now, we’re going to invite all our friends to dinner, but of course, who want to do the Sake tasting as well. See you there! And that’s conclude another episode of Evil Auntie, bona petite!
Intrepid Evil Auntie teaches her loyal viewers how to cook with flair & ease. Puts a smile on your crabbiest moments. New episodes monthly. Daily blog entries. Robin McCain plays the chief cook and