How to Make Play California Rolls

Sushi was developed in Asia in order to preserve fish in fermented rice. The California Roll was introduced to westerners who feared the idea of raw fish, using fresh vegetables and crab.

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How to Make Play California Rolls Recipe
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1

Rinse the rice 5 times with water. With each rinse drain the water off, by pouring it out don’t worry about fully straining it. On the last rinse you will want to drain the rice in a colander.

2

Using a rice/pressure cooker, place the rice in the cooker and add 4 ¾ cups of water to the rice. Turn on and allow it to cook. If you do not have a rice cooker, follow directions on packaging.

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3

While the rice is cooking place all the ingredients for the sushi liquid in a pot and bring to a boil. Cool to room temperature.

4
Using a sushi mat lay the nori sheet down with the shinny side on the mat.

Using a sushi mat lay the nori sheet down with the shinny side on the mat.

5
Spread out the rice leaving ½ inch gap at the top.

Spread out the rice leaving ½ inch gap at the top.

6
One inch up from the bottom arrange the sushi filling across.

One inch up from the bottom arrange the sushi filling across.

7
Using the mat lift the bottom around the filling and continue to roll until you are to the exposed spot on the nori sheet.

Using the mat lift the bottom around the filling and continue to roll until you are to the exposed spot on the nori sheet.

8
Wet it with water and finish out the roll.

Wet it with water and finish out the roll.

9
Slice the roll into ½ inch pucks and serve with wasabi and soy sauce.

Slice the roll into ½ inch pucks and serve with wasabi and soy sauce.

Ingredients

4 Cups Sushi Rice 
½ Pounds Surimi Crab 
2 Avocados 
1 Cucumber 
1 Tablespoon Black Sesame Seeds 
1 Package of Nori Sheets 
2 Tablespoons Wasabi 
1 Tablespoon Soy Sauce (for dipping) 
½ Cups Sugar 
½ Cups Mirin 
½ Cups Rice Wine Vinegar 
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