2011-10-28

Bread sushi

My first attempt to roll the rice sushi turned out to be disastrous, and I blogged about it here. Thus, before I have confidence to try again on rice, I tried to roll some bread instead.
Place a slice of white bread with the crusts cut off on a slice of seaweed. Spread some margarine in between the slices of bread and seaweed. Put it on the sushi mat. Again, spread some margarine on the top part of the bread. Place a thin slice of the crab stick and some chicken floss on top of the margarine at the bread edge. Starting at the bottom, roll the bread upwards to make a tight cigar-shaped roll. Using a bread knife, cut the roll into sushi-sized pieces approx one inch in length.
Tips: Getting the kids to involve in the making of the food. They will eat more.
My kids love it to bits, though it had no green, and it wasn't really healthy. Once in a while, letting the kids indulge in the food that they like is fine for me. I made this bread sushi for them as their supper occasionally.



25 comments:

  1. Good idea. Simple and yummy to eat and can involve the kids in the process. :)

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  2. hey, that is creative! i bought the sushi mat a year ago and until today, i have only utilized it twice.. hahaha.. this is called lazy mum.. me..

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  3. Saw other bloggers did it and it was really a good idea, simple and affordable~

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  4. Great idea Sheoh Yan. I might give this a go since I haven't had any success with making sushi rice. This would make my life easier.

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  5. I love this idea too. I replace crabstick with sausage because my girl doesn't eat crabstick.

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  6. this is the first time i've seen using bread! great idea. thanks for sharing..:)

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  7. thks for sharing. My roti king will love this ! haha ...

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  8. That's brilliant and creative. any special name for it? How about Rotisus? hahaha.

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  10. looks very yummy. simple, easy and delicious...good idea.

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  11. Looks very delish! My girls love sushi bread too. You can replace the not so healthy stuff with eggs, cucumbers and avocado :)

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  12. why say that's not healthy?? i think it's ok wor, maybe you want to substitute the crab stick with chicken filet, i think should be healthier?? haha.. so when us your next attempt on real sushi??

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  13. oh what a great idea. i think all homemade food is healthy :)

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  14. Looks very yummy! Next time you can also make some with cucumber or carrot... more variety for them and it's healthier too :)

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  15. Looks so yummy. I wanted to make sushi bread but I don't have a sushi mat.

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  16. thanks for sharing this, really a simple and good idea , instead of using rice :) Rice is hard for me ..i tried it before ...

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  17. that's a very nice idea putting bread slices in, lighter than rice, nice! regarding the pumpkin kueh, i think it's a good reminder from you, that's why i made it, better than before but prob still needs some improvement. thanks!

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  18. wow so creative, bread instead of rice! it's nice :D

    -FiSh

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  19. Looks nice. Sheoh Yan. My 2nd daughter in law make some a few weeks ago. Taste quite nice , though I dont quite fancy shushi, I took two of them.

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  20. Ah ha, very innovative indeed!^^

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  21. i want to try this .. but we dont like crab stick.. what others stuff you try before ??

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  22. so creative! but ethan loves the sushi rice so i doubt i'll swap :D

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  23. First time in your blog, beautiful blog, the girls remember me of my kids school days I used to make fancy dresses for them, Once I made my daughter as a Japanese girl, with the same kind of umbrella she got a second place!, thanks for this sushi recipe, I have one in my draft yet to post, my daughter is crazy of these...

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  24. i tried this!! with chicken floss and sweetened condensed milk. yummy~

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