|I put smoked salmon in these rolls.|
I spent quite a few years in Indiana for graduate school and work and missed my California cuisine dearly. Not only were there few sushi places in South Bend (back then), but they were pricey, especially on a graduate student stipend. Fortunately my friend Kristin shared this California Roll recipe with me and I can't thank her enough!
2. Make the seasoning you see above while your rice is cooking. You will use some of it to pour into the rice to season it and the rest to dip your hands in while you spread the rice over the seaweed. I used about 3/4 cup over my 2 cups COOKED rice. Remember 1 cup dry rice usually makes about 2 cups COOKED. The idea is to flavor the rice evenly but your definitely don't want mushy rice.
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