Most likely sushi types is western style sushi, which basically originated by different western people, because they want to give little bit new taste and to make a new type of sushi, with the addition to basic ingredients new form of sushi has been invented known as western style sushi. Let's guide you, how you can make best sushi at home without help of sushi chef.
10 large shrimp, peeled & deveined
1 ripe avocado, cut into strips
1 cucumber, cut into thin strips
3 green onions, green portion only cut into thin strips
1 cup panko
2 eggs, beaten & in a bowl
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1 tbsp wasabi paste
1 tbsp freshly grated ginger
salt to taste
sesame seeds, spread onto a plate
sushi rice, cooked and cooled
seaweed wrappers, nori
sushi bamboo mat
First of all heat a 1/4 inch of vegetable oil in a deep frying pan on the stove top with a medium-high heat so it should not start burning soon. Bread the shrimp nicely, first dip into the egg bowl then coat with panko from a separate bowl and drop into the hot oil to make them little crispy. Fry on both sides until crispy as much you want. Then slightly remove the cooked shrimp to the rest on a paper towel to dry the extra oil. Then in a bit large bowl mix the mayonnaise, wasabi, ginger and salt until combined fully and looks better paste. Turn to the shrimps again and chop the cooked shrimp into small pieces and try to gently fold into the mayonnaise bowl (include any panko bits if you like). Then Spread the rice onto the seaweed paper (keeping shiny side down), then flip over so rice is facing down. On the end of the sheet closest to you layer the shrimp gently, avocado, onion and cucumber as much you want for your taste. Try to tightly roll them, and then roll the cylinder into sesame seeds so that all sides are gently coated. Place plastic wrap over the top of the finished roll and cut pieces into desired thickness so can be taken in one bite. Remove plastic wrap, plate and serve with ginger, wasabi and soy sauce.
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