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Soooo… I was kind of craving for them for days, I made some real quick.
This is so easy to do, ingredients are easy to find, basic actually.
Tomato sauce (I used Hunts)
Salt and pepper to taste
Grated cheese (I used 3 kinds – parmesan, mozarella and Eden cheese)
OR—- you can use leftover spaghetti sauce if you have them, then you’ll just need the vegetables, cooked rice, chili powder, cheese and tortilla wrap 🙂
Heat oil in a pan, then add ground beef, cook till done. Add in tomato sauce, salt, pepper, sugar, and chili powder according to your preferred taste, simmer for 20 minutes.
Add the carrots, tomatoes and onions, simmer for another 15 minutes.
Transfer to a container, add in rice, little by little. Do not put too much rice that it will look dry.
Place tortilla wrap on an aluminum foil enough to wrap it, then spoon the tomato mix on it, top with grated cheese mix. Wrap the aluminum foil. The put in the oven toaster or oven to heat it.
You can make more than you can eat, put them in freezer/fridge then reheat when you want to eat them :).
My kids love eating these, my version is somewhat different from the Japanese sushi, I just used plain rice. You can make your own variety, fillings that suit your taste especially with the kids lol.
Ham, mango, cucumber, plain rice, sheets of nori (sea weed) bought at a korean grocery, mayonnaise, wasabi paste.
Lay down nori sheet on a bamboo mat shiny side down, spread rice, add your toppings arranged them lengthwise.
Roll tightly.. and slice, serve the slices on a plate top with mayonnaise and wasabi paste on the side. That’s it! Very easy right?
Here’s my sushi, Tada..
Hubby took the pic here.. lol. I was wondering where the plate of sushi went and then found hubby at his working table taking photo of them.