Sushi

Aug. 23rd, 2009 08:34 pm
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Lesson: the only way to do this right is to boil the rice the old-fashioned way. Yes, it sucks, but somehow the rice cooker doesn't do it "right".

Either that, or there's something else I'm missing. Perhaps the rolling up? The instructions say "place nori shiny side down, but WTF do you do when both sides are equally shiny? FWIW, one side is rough.

*guzzles remainder of Canadian Club & Coke and goes back to demolish the disaster that is the first sushi in four years.*
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1) Friday night just gone.
2) This.
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Take:

1. Turkey steaks - amount to suit
2. Lemongrass, lime and ginger spice powder (liberally shaken)
3. Lime juice (a few squirts, judge by eye)
4. Lemon juice (likewise)
5. Soy sauce to cover the meat
6. 2 cups fried rice (thank God for rice cookers!)
7. 1 can of assorted Asian vegetables

Chop #1 up into bite sized bits and marinade as desired in a mix of #2 through #5.
Drain and retain marinade.
Stir fry the meat, add the can of vegies, warm it all nicely and then stir through the rice and add marinade.

Serve hot.

See title of post.

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