Growing up, rice was my staple diet. I had it most days, and if I had my way, I would’ve had it for most meals. Slathered in ketchup and maybe a bit of sweet corn thrown in, it didn’t take a lot to make me happy at meal times.
Now I’m not so much of a ketchup lover, but rice still has a big place in my heart. So, I think it’s only natural that I developed an insane love for sushi. I tried it for the first time about a year ago, but it only took one bite for me to realize what I’d been missing all this time. But like so many things, I was sure homemade was the way to go, so I was determined to make my own. I researched it, and in theory, it didn’t look that hard. And I was pleasantly surprised at just how easy it was to make.
My sister and I are a sushi rolling dream team. And I have to say, our sushi is by far the best that I’ve ever tasted! After a while I started looking for new ways to make it. There’s so many different varieties of sushi out there, from nigiri, temaki and uramaki, that I had a lot of choice. So, I made a few different ones, and loved the change.