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Rainbow Sushi



Peppers for Red
Babycorn for yellow
Paneer for white
Leeks for green
Scallions for a lighter green
Beets for purple
And black nori to wrap it all up

I thought that rolling six vegetables in such a tiny sushi will present a challenge so I first rolled the veggies in nori and sealed it with a little water to make a cylinder. Then, on a longer nori sheet, I spread sushi rice, placed the nori-veggie roll on one side and rolled it into a rainbow colored sushi.

Rainbow sushi makes it's way to Lavi who is hosting AWED : Japanese this month.

Comments

Prathibha said…
OMG simran whr did u find all these japanese stuff in Bombay lol.....looking yummy..Never tasted sushi so far....but wanted to try once..lovely entry dear..
Poornima Nair said…
I've never had sushi as yet, but that sure looks yummm..
Thanks for ur comment...my email id is poornima.vasant@gmail.com
Rachel said…
you get the sheets in B'bay???
Lavi said…
Wow..i was really keeping my fingers crossed, to receive this popular japanese sushi as entry..You made it! Lovely colors peeping out!
notyet100 said…
thy look so cute together,..nicely done
Priya said…
Looks yum! i too tried but with cucumber....
Purva Desai said…
I don't eat fish.......but can say sushi looks perfect
Madhumathi said…
Wow wow..Eating sushi is in my wish-list..Its so great that you have tried sushi at home.
writer said…
i love your blog. man, i miss mumbai;(
KC said…
These rainbow rolls looks soo good. I'm entering AWED also but haven't even got started.
Alka said…
This looks so close to what i saw at some cookery show few weeks back.
Wonderful dear, i am sure you enjoyed making and eating it...Par Humein Nahin khilaya na :-(

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