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tamanoi sushinoko

Tamanoi Sushinoko, 2.65 oz


$3.40

This instant seasoning mix is added to flavor sushi rice. Simply add this seasoning to warm steamed rice to make it ready for maki (see recipe below). Ingredients: powdered vinegar (condensed rice vinegar), sugar, salt, monosodium glutamate. One 2.65 oz package is enough to make several batches of sushi rice. Product of Japan.

1 pack
$3.40. This item has been discontinued.
Japanese-Style Curry Rice

Ingredients:
1/2 Japanese (English) cucumber
1/2 takuan (pickled daikon radish) or other pickled vegetable of your choice.
1 sheet of roasted seaweed, (Nori)
1 bowl sumeshi rice (sushi rice)
1 tablespoon sushinoko, or 2 tablespoons sushizu (depending on your preference)
Neri-Ume (pickled plum paste), *Optional*, preferred amount
Wasabi

Method:
Make the sushi rice in a rice cooker, then when the rice is still warm gently fold 1 tablespoon of sushinoko with 300 grams steamed rice, this will make the rice "vinegared". Set aside. For a slightly different vinegar flavor, you can substitute 2 tablespoons sushizu for the sushinoko.

Cut cucumber and daikon radish into 2 to 4 inches wide strips lengthwise. Halve the nori sheets. Place one at a time horizontally on a makisu (sushi rolling mat, see picture above). Using your hands, spread about 3-4 tablespoons rice on it, leaving about 1/2-inch margin on the side furthest from you. Lay a strip of cucumber and takuan, or cucumber and neri-ume. Lift the makisu with both thumbs and roll at once from side nearest you, wrapping cucumber and takuan in the center. Unwrap the mat and repeat to make another roll. Trim ends of rolls and cut each one into 4-6 pieces. Arrange on a serving plate, garnish with pickled ginger and serve with soy sauce and wasabi on individual plate.


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