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.