VEGAN KATSU SUSHI SANDWICHES OR ONIGIRAZU
Hi I hope you are doing well! I made these vegan Katsu sushi sandwiches are also known as onigirazu, so yummy!
Onigirazu is a type of Japanese rice ball or onigiri (sometimes also referred to as musubi or musubi), but rather than a traditionally shaped ball or a triangle, onigirazu is shaped into a flat rectangle, almost like a sandwich.
I love how tasty these are also so quick to make.
Have you tried them before?
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Ingredients for each of the sandwich:
4 tbsp cooked sushi rice
a big size leaf of spinach
some red pepper, like 2 thumbnail sizes
some cucumber, like 2 thumbnail sizes
a tbsp grated carrot
crispy fried tofu with soy sauce
a pinch of chia seeds and sesame seeds
Ingredients for the sauce:
2 tbsp soy sauce
a tsp peanut butter
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Total time: 30 minutes
Serving size: 1 serve
Mix the rice with the chia seeds and sesame seeds.
Put 2 tbsp of this rice mix on top of the nori seaweed.
Add asparagus, red pepper, cucumber, carrot, add the tofu and top it with the spinach, finish it all with 2 more tbsp of the rice mix and close the sandwich.
To close the sandwich simply pull the opposite corners to the centre.
For the sauce, mix the soy sauce and peanut butter and enjoy!
You can keep the leftovers in the fridge for 4 days.
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