Archives for: April 2006, 09
A long time ago, when Rachel blogged about using sushi nori papers for wrap sandwiches, I tried them. I liked them, and I began to blog about them too. Someone wrote and asked if I had any recipes. I had a hard time thinking in terms of a recipe. I just rolled whatever was convenient.
Tonight, however I chanced upon a combination that is worthy of the word recipe. I took two sushi nori papers and poured about Â¼ tsp of olive oil on each one. Using the back of a spoon, I spread the oil over the paper. On top of the oiled sushi nori, I put a slice of 98% compliant deli roast beef. On top of the roast beef I crumbled some feta cheese. I rolled up the sushi nori and moistened the edge with tap water. This makes it stick to itself to seal the wrap. I put them in the oven on 200 degrees while I fixed turkey sandwiches for the Type As.
When I took them out of the oven, they were soft. Sometimes sushi nori can be tough and hard to bite, but this was perfect. The combination of flavors was very pleasing. I ate them with steamed broccoli and raw carrots & almond butter. It was a wonderfully easy and wonderful tasting wrap dinner.