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This demonstration on scattered sushi presents a unique way of eating sushi. Scattered sushi is very pleasant to the eyes ...
and is serve das a main course.
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So the hardest part of preparing all these ingredients are done now and we can start with the fun where we can assemble all the sushi. Now the easiest sushi that we’re going to start up with is actually scattered sushi. It sounds very funny and immediately when we think about sushi, we think about it, it needs to be rolled or something like that but it doesn’t need to. Scattered sushi is really good, you can actually have it one bowl and you’re going to have loads of ingredients over it that a few people will say it’s like a rice salad but it actually isn’t. It’s really a lovely way of serving sushi and nice and easy. It’s like a main course. So what we’re going to do now here is going to first start up with Tokyo sushi so I’m going to actually just almost fold up with our lovely sushi rice that we finished now and it’s all cooled down, nice and sticky. Just ordinary bowl, almost 2/3 filled up. Over here, I’ve got some lovely tuna that I’m just going to place on the one side and also with the tuna, I’ve got some salmon also cut up to nice thin slices and then we’ve got some lovely cucumber that I’ve shown you how to sliver it up nice long pieces and it looks gorgeous in this. Give it that nice stick there as well and then I’ve got some lovely egg omelette that I’m just going to place here on the one side and some of our corns just cooked up whole as I said with the sticks in and our lovely cucumber and of course a bit of wasabi. There we go, some lovely scattered Tokyo sushi. Enjoy. So the next scattered sushi that I want to show you is sweet pea and tomatoes so this is also a lovely summery just like almost like a rice salad which is really lovely. I’m sure you guys will enjoy this one. Think easy again. We start up with the rice in our bowl, nice and sticky and again about almost ¾ filled up, 2/4 up to ¾, there you go. Then we’ve got some tomato. The only thing different with the tomato, I just removed all the seeds of the tomato and just slivered it up nicely up here and I’m just going to scatter it all over. That’s why they call it scattered sushi and then over here, I’ve got some sweet pea that I also just quickly blanched in a bit of boiling water and immediately in cold water that’s why it’s so beautifully colorful. Make sure you get loads of that in there and then I’m just going to put another layer of the tomato so you can see all that beautiful colors. As you can see it really looks like a brilliant salad and then just for extra texture, two whole sweet peas over there and then some lovely toasted sesame seeds and this is really going to be brilliant. I can't want to tuck in this one. There you go, enjoy.