Japanese-Style California Roll

Japanese-Style California Roll

It's even easier than I thought!
This is a great, convenient sushi for guests!

Ingredients: 4 servings (2 pieces per person)

Plain cooked rice
500 g
Chirashi sushi Base (with gomoku)
1 bag
40 g
Imitation crab sticks
40 g
Processed cheese (sliced is okay)
40 g
80 g
Salad greens (lettuce, spinach, etc)
40 g
1 1/3 tablespoons
White toasted sesame seeds
2 tablespoons
Toasted nori seaweed
1 1/3 sheets


1. Cook the rice a little firmer than usual, then mix with the chirashi sushi base while still hot. Cool with a hand fan until it shines.
2. Remove the avocado pit, then slice vertically into 8 slices. Slice the crab sticks into half vertically diagonally. Cut the salmon diagonally. Break up the cheese into large chunks.
3. Line the sushi rolling mat with plastic wrap, then top with the toasted nori sheets. Put 2/3 of the rice from 1 on top and spread it out so that surface is flat. Sprinkle with the sesame seeds. Top with plastic wrap, then flip the whole thing over.
4. Remove the sushi mat and plastic wrap to expose the nori. Top with the remaining rice, then top with the fillings on the side closest to you, and top that with the mayonnaise.
5. Put 4 on top of the sushi rolling mat, then wrap tightly. Remove the plastic wrap and cut into 6 pieces.

Story Behind this Recipe

I was getting tired of the same old rolled sushi, so I made this recipe.