From its humble beginnings in San Francisco to restaurants all over the world, the revolutionary sushiritto (sushi+burrito) is here to stay.
Orange Chicken Sushiritto | Homemade Recipes
“Mutant foods” are all the craze now. Everything from cronuts (donut+croissant) to ramen burgers (self-explanatory) have made their way from food trucks and mom & pop shops to restaurants, diners and stands all over the country…and even the world. One of those “mutants” is the sushiritto: a sheet of nori stuffed with veggies, fish, rice, chicken and more, rolled up and served like a burrito. Sure, you can wait in line (usually long) and pay (usually expensive) for a sushiritto, but why not cut the cost and wait by making your own right at home? Master the art of the sushiritto with this orange chicken version below.
- Get all of your ingredients ready, including chopped cucumbers, sliced avocado, shredded carrots, and shredded purple cabbage.
- Add your eggs to a pot of boiling water. Let them cook for 6-7 minutes, remove them and immediately place them in an ice bath.
- Place the brown rice on the nori and press it down with your hands.
- Arrange the orange chicken, soft-boiled egg, cucumbers, carrots, avocado and purple cabbage on top of the brown rice. Place the egg directly in the middle.
- Roll the nori sheet slowly, pushing down on it slightly the entire time. Cut it in half and enjoy!
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