Wednesday, January 2, 2013

罐头寿司(canned food sushi)

今天心情很好;因为珀斯的天气终于降温了。
和昨天的40度相比,今天的26度简直是天堂。
早上和孩子运动去;中午去看电影。
去看了儿子一直想看的“家长指导”(Parental Guidance) 。
影片讲述人,Artie.在
继而糗
Artie脑付和教育
21问题,
而他如何己的方式和孙子们互动,的感情更融洽密。
最终得以改善了自己和女儿及孙子的关系。
非常温馨的电影。

今天还是罐头。。。
辣辣的午餐肉和日式鸡丝。
这样也可以做简单的寿司,解决晚餐。
3个人在电影院要掏腰包50澳币,所以晚餐就得省着点了。

Ingredients:
  • 2 cups of sushi rice & 2 1/4 cups of water.
  • 1/4 cup of rice vinegar , 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1/2 tablespoon of mirin and 1/2 tablespoon salt
Method:
  1. Measure and washed sushi rice. Drain, leaving just a little water, and rub the grains together several times with the palms of your hands gently as if you were polishing them.Add plenty of fresh water and rinse out the rice. Drain and rinse until the water is almost clear.
  2. Put rice in a rice cooker or pot. Add the water to the rice. Soaking for at least 30 minutes to an hour is generally recommended.
  3. If you are using a rice cooker, just switch on. If you are using a pot, bring to a boil over medium heat then put on a tight fitting lid. Cook on medium heat for 10-12 minutes or until the water is completely absorbed. Turn up to high heat for a few seconds to get rid of any excess moisture if necessary.
  4. Remove it from the heat and drape a cloth over the pot for about 15 minutes to let it fully absorb the moisture and rest. This final step really makes a difference if you want grains that stick together but are not mushy or watery. A good rice cooker includes this resting time in the cooking cycle, and also allows for condensation to evaporate, so you don't need the cloth draping step.
  5. Mix 1/4 cup of rice vinegar , 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1/2 tablespoon of mirin and 1/2 tablespoon of salt. Heat over low heat in a small saucepan, and stir until the sugar and salt have dissolved. 
  6. Moisten your spatula or paddle with a little of the vinegar. Turn your hot rice out into a big bowl and pour the sushi vinegar over the rice.
  7. Working rapidly, turn and mix the rice, using a cut-turn-fold motion sort of like when you mix in egg whites into a cake batter. Rapidly fan the rice to cool it as quickly as possible. This ensures that the grains will be nice and glossy. Keep going until the rice has absorbed the vinegar and cooled down.

To assemble:
  1. Place one sheet of nori on a bamboo sushi mat.
  2. Wet your hands, spread a thin layer of rice on the nori and press into a thin layer.
  3. Arrange cucumber, rolled Omelette, spam hot & spicy/ canned teriyaki shredded chicken/ Tobiko (flying fish roe) OR any ingredients of your choice and spread some japanese mayonnaise length-ways on the rice and place closest to you.
  4. With the helps of rolling mat, begin to roll.  Pressing gently as you roll.  Roll it forward to make a complete roll. Repeat with remaining ingredients.
  5. Cut the roll into six equal pieces, first cut across the center with a sawing motion, not pushing down too hard, then cut each half-roll into thirds, wiping the blade of the knife with the moist cloth to remove the rice residue when necessary. Serve immediately.


18 comments:

  1. Jane~~
    这省着的晚餐,很滋味呢!!!
    很喜欢!!

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    1. 莎莎,哈哈。。我也喜欢。

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  2. Hi Jane,虽然说是用罐头做的,可是看起来却有寿司店水準哦!

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    1. Esther,谢谢你。当然不能和新鲜食材的寿司相比咯。

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  3. 看到有满满的馅料寿司,好吃哦!

    今天的天气也是很好好!

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    1. 萍,是咯,很好的天气。不过明天就又回到37咯

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  4. 很喜欢你这里,照片也赏心悦目!
    也这里学了几种!昨天孩子开学的便当寿司就在你这里学的!
    就问你那很有层次感的蛋怎么弄的!

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    1. 绮绮,谢谢你的支持。哇!还为孩子准备了便当啊?孩子应该很幸福。那个蛋啊?是放少许味啉和一点糖和盐,稍微打散。放一点油在平底锅里。倒入1/3的蛋,小火,从外卷入(像做瑞士卷),再倒入蛋液,这次由反方向卷起至另一端。重复做法至蛋液用完。

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    2. 可以参考这里:http://sumokitchen.com/JapaneseRecipes/dashi-maki-tamago/

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  5. 好吃呐。。。我的最爱!!

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  6. The blog title has brought my attention, I thought there is really sushi in the canned selling in Aus, haha...what a saver dinner! I like it!

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  7. Stephanie, haha... i think no one will dare to buy sushi in tin.

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  8. Unbelievable that this should be made with canned food. Really leaves me with no excuse not to make this..

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  9. your sushi look like Japanese restaurant standard, sui! i just bought a cheap rectangular pan, going to try the Japanese rolled omelette..

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  10. Jane, your sushi is beautiful! Now I craving for sushi hee..hee...

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  11. Love your blog,a lot of good recipes. Thank you.
    do u have a nice recipe for kuih kapet (love letter).

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  12. Love your blog,a lot of good recipes. Thank you.
    do u have a nice recipe for kuih kapet (love letter).

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