Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Turkey Maki / Roll with Avocado and Cream Cheese


What do you do with leftover turkey after Thanksgiving? Well,for me I like to make various different dish out of the leftover meat.One of the leftover turkey dish that I like isTurkey Maki or Turkey Roll..Have you ever try turkey sushi? If not you should try,it's taste better then turkey itself on Thanksgiving Day!! Furthermore, turkey meat is healthier and lean..I,myself not a fan of turkey but I do like turkey wrap in sushi style..Hmmm...what should I call this type of food? Should I called it fusion food?









Ingredients:(A)
For making su-meshi/ vinegared rice

2 cup calrose rice/sushi rice

4 tbsp mixed sushi vinegar ( store bought)

3/4 cup water ,plus extra if it's old rice

2 tbsp sugar


Ingredients:(B)

For 4 Large Rolls-

2 cups turkey meat,sliced or shredded

4 oz -1 box cream cheese (cut strip)

4 sheet seaweed paper/nori

1 cucumber,peeled ,shredded,removed the seeds

1 avocado,peeled and sliced

4 tbsp tobiko

some roasted sesame seed



Method:
1:Wash rice in rice cooker for couple times before cook in rice cooker.When cook is cooked,remove from rice cooker,use spatula mix with ingredients (A) thoroughly,set aside.


2:You need a nori sheet,place nori sheet stretching from you.Make sure you place the nori dull side facing upwards.

3:Spread the vinegared rice out evenly over the nori sheet .Using one hand to prevent rice spilling over the end of nori,gently press down the rice with fingertips of your other hand.

4:Leave about 2 inch free on the far side,and 3/8 inch free on the side nearest to you.

5:Spread sesame seed,some shredded turkey,cream cheese ,cucumber,tobiko and avocado on the rice on nori sheet facing you in oblong shape.(Add in some mayo or rice at the end to hold all ingredients together in case it's fall apart)

6:Firmly roll up from the end nearest you,taking care not to squeeze out the contents

7:Firmly hold the bamboo mat to roll up.

8:Use sharp knife to cut into 6 or 8 pieces and arrange the roll on the plate. Serve with wasabi and soy sauce.










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My Asian Kitchen said...

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