This was incredibly foodgasmic much like my first experience with sushi. So much so that Jeremy wanted me to title the recipe ‘F*ing Good!’
The flavors are completely familiar in one sense especially if you
like love sushi but we’re totally mixing it up by bringing those delicious elements to a quinoa dish.
Mmm mmm good!
I didn’t try sushi until I was in my early 20′s and then when Jeremy and I started dating, I was able to introduce him to sushi. What a fun experience. I practically have orgasms while eating sushi and I remember wondering if he would love it, hate it or think I’m crazy. Luckily our palates are in sync.
Which reminds me that Jeremy has always been awesomely open-minded when it comes to food. It took me a few years of california rolls and watching other people eat sashimi or rolls with raw fish before I would dare try. Jeremy dove right in the first time. One of the many things I love about him is how he gives everything a chance from green smoothies to spirulina to our recent journey with fermented foods.
Nori sheets are a great thing to have in the house, you can make the obvious roll, add them to soups, or even make crazy rolls like the banana peanut butter nori roll.
I only had one nori sheet left otherwise I might have added another. One is a good place to start though. Nori can be found in most big grocery stores in the Asian section, at Asian markets, natural health stores, or Whole Foods.
I kind of cut them down the lines using kitchen shears, stacked them, and then cut off strips over the pot.
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I would love to hear if you make this!
What is your favorite type of sushi roll?