When it comes to weekend, the husband and I tend to scratch our head with the million dollar question “What to eat?”. No clue, like how we are clueless when it comes to Sibelius Software for musician.
Two days, four meals (breakfast is a no-brainer – oatmeal that’s it), not fun at all. Sometimes we run out of idea of where to eat, sometimes it’s the hot scorching sun that makes us lazy to go out, sometimes we just want to be at home and have a home-cooked meal – something easy with rice that doesn’t take much time in cooking and clean up.
Well, sushi seems to be the answer.
We bought the sushi rice from Giant hypermarket and the seaweed a.k.a nori from Jusco – with free sushi mat, woohoo! For the filler we bought simple stuffs like cucumber, crab meat, and sausage. Still hunting for the flying fish roe.
First trial was quite messy. Second trial was pretty good, they say practice makes perfect.
- Keep a bowl of water and moisten your hands, otherwise the sushi rice will stick to your hands as much as itself.
- Before cutting your maki (cut roll), dip your knife tip in a bowl of water to get a clean cut of the roll.