Every culture has it’s version of a taco and this is Japan’s! They are made and served one at a time and are meant to be eaten from the hand immediately to ensure the nori is still crunchy.
Place ó a sheet of nori shiny side down diagonally in your non-dominant hand.
Spread a ping pong sized ball of cooked sushi rice onto the third of the nori closest to you. Do this in the shape of an upside-down triangle.
Add the smoked salmon and selected garnish evenly in a line along the centre of the rice triangle.
With your free hand, fold the bottom corner of nori closest to you snuggly over the rice and roll into a cone. You can serve with a soy sauce (we recommend citrus soy like Ponzu).
100 grams of Aoraki Hot or Cold Smoked Salmon
4 half sheets of nori
2 cups of cooked sushi rice
Slices of avocado and cucumber
Sprouts and any other vegetables
1 tbsp Japanese style mayonnaise ‘Kewpie’