Wasabi Fried Eggplant & Avocado Sushi Rolls

Wasabi Fried Eggplant & Avocado Sushi Rolls

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Even just for a minute... It's also a very fun thing to make with friends. It's lovely to spend some quality time with friends, one prepares the sushi rice while another prepares all the fillings. Then you can roll them up together while another fried slices them up and arranges them on a plate. Easy and great fun, after all, cooking with people is much more fun the cooking for people! I've been experimenting with new and delicious sushi fillings recently, and this is the first of several you'll be seeing from me. Sushi just feels like perfect spring fare, so I've been having a hankering for good sushi lately. Now, I know that wasabi isn't everybody's cup of tea, so to speak, but don't fear that. Honestly, I'm not much keen on it myself, however, the wasabi in this is not too strong, and I personally loved it. So if you're not a wasabi lover, don't be deterred - you will still love this! If you are a wasabi lover on the other hand, then I encourage you to double the quantity of wasabi! Pour over the eggplant strips and fry for 5-7 minutes, turning frequently. Remove and drain on some absorbent paper towel. Lay a sheet of nori seaweed on your sushi rolling mat. Use a very sharp knife to cut each log into eight equal pieces, dip the knife into the bowl of water to prevent it sticking to the rice as you cut. Makes 6 sushi rolls, feeds about 4. Awb e Dundawn (Heavenly Afghan Pistachio Biscuits!... Vegan Halwa e Zardak (Carrot, Cardamom and Rosewat... First, you can just browse according to the Blog Archive (above) which lists all of our recipes, or secondly you can use the Labels (below) to browse the recipe via category which means that if you happen to have a big piece of pumpkin in the fridge and need some ideas just click the 'Pumpkin' label to see all the recipes we have using pumpkin, too easy.

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