Updated: Jul 21, 2020
I love SUSHI! 🍣🍱
💚Like LOVE. As in, I’m obsessed!💚
I’ve rolled my own sushi rolls before but they are always finished before we actually sit down to eat them. (Those pesky elves! 🧝♀️ 🧝♂️ )
🕑Plus, you know time...
🍱I discovered Sushi bowls about a year ago and never looked back. It’s our go-to Shabbat lunch when we don’t have guests.
🥒🥑🍠We spread everything out in small bowls on the table and everyone takes what they want.
🍚You can use sushi rice which is a treat or quinoa, brown rice or black rice to up the nutrient level.
Have you ever made or had this before? ⬇️Let us know in the comments below⬇️
2-3 Sweet potatoes sliced
1/2 tbsp of olive oil
2 Avocados cubed
3 Cucumbers cubed
2 cups of sushi rice
2 1/2 Cups of Water
1/2 cup of Techina Paste
1/4 cup of Water
Juice from 1/2 a Lemon
3 Sheets Seaweed
1/3 cup of Sesame Seeds
8 Green Onions Sliced
Crushed Raw Cashews
- Slice sweet potatoes into disks
- Lay flat on a baking sheet covered with baking paper. Ideally, no overlapping to get slices crispy but find if is.
- Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt
- Bake in oven heated to 180c/375f for 15 minutes. Check on potatoes and flip. Bake for another 5/10 minutes. You want them to be a bit browned.
- Pre-heat oven 180c/375f
- Put sushi rice in a fine contender and wash under running water until water runs clear.
- Put sushi rice in a oven safe pan. Add water and mix.
- Cover tightly with tin foil.
- Cook in oven for 20 minutes. keep covered for 10 minutes. uncover and fluff rice.
- In an empty jam jar add all ingredients and shake. Add drops of water to thin out if too thick.
- In an empty jam jar add all ingredients and shake.
Serve Family style:
- Place the crispy sweet potatoes, avocado, cucumbers and sushi rice rice in there own serving bowls. If putting out toppings do as well. Put out the jars of teriyaki, spicy techina and soy sauce.
- Give everyone their own bowl and spoon. Everyone can take a big helping of sushi rice and add whatever else they want on too.
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