Monday, November 30, 2009

Salmon Sushi Roll with Soy Paper

Soy Bean Paper or Mamenori is a contemporary sushi wrapper used in not many Japanese restaurant today because not many people know about it's existence and it's quite pricey. Soy Paper Soy paper is used as an alternative to roasted seaweed(nori) when making sushi rolls. It can also be used in place of spring roll wrappers or rice paper. Mamenori comes in a variety of colors including pink, yellow, orange, green and natural color. I bought a pack of 5 pieces Soy Paper and Mishu love it when I wrapped maki for her .Usually when I wrap maki with seaweed,she will eat everything in the maki except seaweed/nori. If you're not a seaweed lover or can't tolerant it's essence ,soy paper is not a bad choice at all.







Ingredients:(A)

For making su-meshi/ vinegared rice
1 cup calrose rice/sushi rice
2 tbsp mixed sushi vinegar
1/4 cup water

Ingredients:(B) For 2 Rolls-

I lb fresh salmon ( must freeze at zero temp and thawed at chiller before use) sliced
4 oz -1 box cream cheese (cut strip)
2 sheet soy paper
1 cucumber,peeled and shredded

Method:
1:You need a soy paper sheet,place soy paper sheets stretching from you.
2:Spread the vinegared rice out evenly over the soy paper.Using one hand to prevent rice spilling over the end of sou paper,gently press down the rice with fingertips of your other hand.
3:Leave about 2 inch free on the far side,and 3/8 inch free on the side nearest to you.
4:Spread cut salmon ,apple cut,cream cheese and cucumber and some sesame seeds on the rice on soy paper sheet facing you in oblong shape.(Add in some mayo or rice to hold all ingredients together in case it's fall apart)
5:Firmly roll up from the end nearest you,taking care not to squeeze out the contents.
6:Firmly hold the bamboo mat to roll up.
7:Use sharp knife to cut into 6 or 8 pieces and arrange the roll on the plate.Serve with some wasabi and soy sauce.






9 comments :

Palidor said...

Wow, what delicious sushi. Salmon is my favorite! Never heard of soy paper, but would love to try.

Anncoo said...

WOW! very nice wrappings. Me too! This soy paper is new to me. Must look for this.

ICook4Fun said...

I saw this type of wrappers at Wegmans but never try any. Are they as chewy as the normal seaweed wrappers?

mycookinghut said...

This is the first time I heard about soy paper! I have never seen this! Would really love to try.. should be able to get from Japanese supermarket you reckon?

tigerfish said...

First time I heard of soy paper.

A Full-Timed Housefly said...

Nice presentation ! I've eaten sushi with soy paper which was deep fried and very fragrant and crispy , something like chinese wanton skin

n33ma said...

Soy wrappers are so much more healthier,good presentation.

My Asian Kitchen said...

Palidor:
Thank you.we llike salmon too compare with tuna.Yes soy paper is something new in the market for the last few years..try it maybe u will like it!


Anncoo:
Thank you:)

Icook4fun:
Gert,they are not chewy instead very frigale,don't wet too much if not it's broke .

mycookinghut:
yes you can get in any Japanese grocery store here but I dunno about GB..But I know this soy paper sold online too.


tigerfish:
:P

AFTH:
hmmm...deep fried? maybe I should try that method soon!

n33ma:
Thank you:)

Sushi Restaurants said...

We're still trying to perfect the soy paper wrap. For those of you that make sushi at home, trust me, soy paper rolling is not as easy as nori because nori is naturally sticky. The soy paper just falls apart and then the roll falls apart!!!

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