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I love leftovers. Most people don’t, but I find it to be a great opportunity to breathe new life into already-made dishes. I mean shoot, all the hard work is already done! The components are just waiting for your creative mind. This is a result of my creative mind. :) I giggled the whole time I took the photos. I mean, it looked delicious, it tasted delicious, I guess the thought of a savory home-prepared meal stuffed into a nori roll and then dipping it in
soy sauce brown gravy… just struck my funny bone. And in this home we are brave enough to feed this to a true sushi lover… well, they just might wrinkle their nose or then again, maybe not.
I used a fun little gadget that I bought ooooh…. 5 years ago but never used. It was lost in one of those lazy-susan-twilight-zone- cabinets. Your smiling… you have one of those too, don’t you? Anyway, I found it! It is called Sushezi. I have rolled a few nori rolls in my day but I have to tell you that this was so easy and fun to use, that I have vowed to never put it back in the lazy-susan-twilight-zone-cabinet!
You don’t have to own one of this by any means in order to make sushi rolls. I sort of liken it to the spiralizer. You don’t have to own one to make zucchini noodles, you can use a potato peeler, but a spiralizer is just so much more fun and easy for kids to use too. This is the same. If you have little ones, having them roll a conventional sushi rolls could be challenging for their little paws. But this… they can do! 美味しい!! ( that is suppose to be delicious in Japanese. I hope Google translate didn’t let me down. haha)