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Western-style hand-rolled sushi with cheese

Western-style hand-rolled sushi using ingredients such as cheese as sandwiches. The key is to use cheese.

Western-style hand-rolled sushi with cheese

Category Japanese food
Difficulty Medium
Required time 45minutes
Calories 632kcal

Drinks recommended for this dish


Ingredients (2 persons' portion)

1 to 1.5 cups rice
4 to 6 teaspoons sushi-zu vinegar
saradana leaves
radish sprouts
banno-negi onion
3 or 4 slices of bacon
A (1 can of tuna, 1/8 to 1/4 onion, mayonnaise to taste, salt and pepper to taste)
B (1/4 carrot, mustard to taste)
1 package of Koiwai kongari-yakeru cheese
sheets of nori seaweed
  1. Sprinkle the sushi-zu vinegar all over just-cooked rice to make vinegared rice.
  2. Cut the saradana leaves, radish sprouts, banno-negi onion and bacon into easy-to-eat sizes.
  3. Drain the juice from the tuna. Mix the tuna with the thinly sliced onion, and marinate with the mayonnaise, salt and pepper.
  4. Cut the carrot into julienne stripes, and rub with salt. When soft, rinse off the salt with cold water and wipe off the moisture. Marinate with the mustard.
  5. Bake the kongari-yakeru cheese in an toaster according to the instructions on the package.
  6. Place servings of 【2】 to 【5】 on each dish. Put some vinegared rice as well as the ingredients of your choice on a nori seaweed sheet, and roll.

Point & Advice

Follow the instructions on the package for how much sushi-zu vinegar should be used.
If Koiwai kongari-yakeru cheese is not available, you can use processed cheese without baking it instead.

Underage drinking is prohibited. Don't drink and drive.
Pregnant women should not drink alcohol. Drink responsibly.
Please recycle cans or bottles after you drink.


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