Learn how to make the proper negitoro sushi tuna rolls with out a rolling mat

A makisu is a rolling mat tool used to roll sushi when making maki sushi rolls.

It is vitally convenient if you’ve gotten it at home while you desire a homemade maki sushi, nonetheless, it might be a bit high maintenance.

You might have to concentrate to not let the ingredients (rice or fish) touch the makisu, and likewise store it in a way in order that it doesn’t get moldy.

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So even sushi lovers who’ve one could also be wishing for a more convenient approach to prepare their rolls.

Well, allow us to show you the way in which. Japanese Twitter user Orie (@orie13a) has posted an awesome cooking lifehack to make perfect the proper maki sushi with saran wrap, an item more households would have readily available.

For an example, Orie used the ever popular negitoro (diced tuna with green onion). Here’s a way of creating perfectly rolled negitoro maki sushi substituting saran wrap for a rolling mat.

The secret’s to put the tuna right in the middle on the rice of 1:1 ratio, while giving 3cm space on the seaweed at the highest as shown below.

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Orie shared the simple to follow method on Twitter, explaining:“Since I’ve been getting used to using saran wrap as an alternative, I not use makisu anymore. It’s really easy since I can just toss the plastic wrap after each use. You spread the rice thinly on nori seaweed, so you should use more tuna. That is great to go together with alcohol. I wasn’t great at it at first, but giving a 3 cm gap on the seaweed and 1:1 rice space ratio when placing the negitoro is the important thing to creating a greater roll.”

Many on Twitter were pleasantly surprised and even amazed at the straightforward trick, and seeing how perfectly made the rolls were with such an easy substitute. Because it’s a saran wrap, you possibly can simply toss it after each use so it also has a hygienic advantage. You don’t should worry about making such a large number when making some maki sushi anymore.

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