Brown Rice & Quinoa Sushi Rolls Japanese cooking recipe

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2/3 cup short grain brown rice
2 1/3 cups water
1 dash sea salt
1/2 cup quinoa
2 tablespoons rice vinegar
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar (if you don’t have any, just use 3 tbsp rice vinegar)
1 tablespoon mirin (optional)
2 tablespoons organic sugar
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
4 sheets nori
1/2 carrot, grated
1/2 cucumber, cut into thin strips
1 avocado, cut into strips about 1/4-inch square
Other options
1 dash sesame seed (or try Eden Food’s gomasio)
2 tablespoons mayonnaise (mixed with a little wasabi)
wasabi, pickled ginger & soy sauce to serve

1Rinse and drain your short grain brown rice. Add the rice to a medium size saucepan along with the dash of salt and 2 1/3 cups water. (Yes, that too much water for the rice, but you’ll add the quinoa to it as well later on). Bring to a boil, reduce heat to low and cover the pan. Set your timer for 30 minutes.
2While the rice cooks you can mix up the vinegar(s), mirin, sugar and salt. I like to heat this up so that the sugar and salt fully dissolve. Set aside.
3Also while the rice cooks you can cut up your filling (grate the carrot, slice up the cucumber and avacado). Set aside.
4At the 30 minute mark, add in the quinoa and give it a quick stir. You may have to bring it back up to a boil to maintain the heat, then reduce back down to low and cover again. Set your timer for 15 more minutes. At the end of the 15 minutes both the rice and the quinoa should be tender and nicely cooked.
5Remove your rice mixture from the pan. You can turn it into a large mixing bowl, or even onto a cookie sheet. Spread it out so that it cools more quickly. Mix in the vinegar mixture, carefully folding it into the rice. I like to use a rice paddle (flat sort of spoon), fanning it out as you go to help the rice cool off. Adjust the seasoning if need be, adding more vinegar if you like. (I wouldn’t add more salt because you generally serve with soy sauce).
6After about 10 minutes the rice should have cooled off quite a bit and be ready to work with. (You could prepare this far in advance, remembering it’s best to work with the rice at room temperature).
7Cover up your sushi mat with plastic wrap or a clear plastic bag (I put it inside a large ziploc). Place a sheet of nori on your mat (shiny side down).
8Eyeball your rice mixture into 4 equal portions and place one portion on your sheet of nori. Pat it down with damp hands to cover the lower half of the nori sheet with rice. There is usually a picture on the back of the nori packaging to show you how to spread the rice and roll it up. I like to keep a mug of water nearby to dip my fingers into.
9If you wish, spread a thin layer of mayo across the rice, with the option of adding a little wasabi to the mayo. Another option is to sprinkle the rice with sesame seeds or Gomasio at this point. Place your fillings in a straight line across the middle of your rice. Lift the sushi mat and fold over and roll, to form a log. This might take practice if it’s your first time, but basically connect the bottom of the sheet closest to you, to the top of the rice mixture, which should result in your filling being perfectly in the middle (or not! — still tastes good!). Use the mat to help you tighten up the sushi log then release it.
10Repeat to use up all the rice and you should have 4 sushi logs. With a very sharp knife (I like a bread knife myself), cut each log into 6 or 8 equal pieces.
11Serve with wasabi, picked ginger and light soy sauce. Enjoy!

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