Gluten free- dairy free- low sugar- egg free- nut free- vegetarian option
I love a meal that's super easy and that everyone in the family loves. Home made Sushi Rolls are one of those in our house. We fill ours full of vegetables, maybe a little omelette or tuna...or if I want to go to more effort I'll cook up some Teriyaki Chicken. Other than cooking some rice, all it takes is a bit of chopping. We put everything in the centre of the table and make them ourselves. The kids love a meal that they get to choose what to put in it, and I don't mind, because it's all vegetables, so it's all good! I used to be a bit scared of Sushi because it seemed so hard to get it to roll properly and stay tight and look good. But when you're making your own for dinner, none of that matters! We cut the nori sheets (seaweed paper) in half and make a nice long roll- no need for cutting once they're rolled.
There's no set ingredients list for this - it's a matter of personal preference for what to put in them, and the quantity is according to how many people you want to serve. For our family of four, I usually cook 4 cups of rice. This makes 3 or 4 rolls each (a total of 2 nori sheets per person) and also gives us enough left-over rice to make some rolls for school lunches the next day. Winner! Here's what we use: