Salmon and Rice Sushi Rolls

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This is everything and more. If you haven’t seen the latest viral trend of @emilymariko ‘s salmon and rice video you must get on it. I took it a step further and actually formed it into sushi and it was the easiest sushi roll I have ever made. I have had this 3 times already and will definitely be on my rotation. If you love sushi you will absolutely fall in love with this recipe. You will need:

Salmon and Rice Sushi Rolls

This is everything and more. If you haven’t seen the latest viral trend of @emilymariko ‘s salmon and rice video you must get on it. I took it a step further and actually formed it into sushi and it was the easiest sushi roll I have ever made. I have had this 3 times already and will definitely be on my rotation. If you love sushi you will absolutely fall in love with this recipe. You will need:
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Ingredients 

  • piece of cooked salmon
  • 3/4-1 cup of cooked rice
  • soy sauce to taste
  • sriracha is optional
  • 1 tablespoon mayo
  • few thin strips of cucumber
  • 1 sheet of roasted seaweed

Instructions 

  • On a plate break up one piece of salmon into little pieces. I cooked jasmine rice the night before but feel free to use sushi rice as well.
  • Mix everything with some spicy mayo which is sriracha + mayo and add a splash of soy sauce too.
  • Pour everything out into your seaweed sheet and press it with the back of your spoon or your hands. You can even wet your hands a bit so the rice doesn’t stick.
  • Roll it up gently and cut into sushi circles with a sharp knife

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Notes

You can bake, air-fry, steam or even buy your salmon already cooked. You can use any salmon you love. Don’t over complicate anything. Use Tamari or coconut aminos if you can’t handle soy sauce.
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