Baratheon Sushi Rolls

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Baratheon Sushi Rolls 

 Continuing with our Game of Thrones tribute, we have a really interesting dish that is dedicated to every GoT fan who supports the Baratheon clan. For the protein shake dedicated to Lannister fans click here.

 The traditional recipe for California sushi rolls just gets a few add-ons and a few minor write offs and is going to make you boast off to your friends during your next gathering at home to watch any new or previous episodes of the GoT series.



TIME: 35min




-3 1/2 cup of rice

-1 tablespoon salt

-1 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder

-1 tablespoon turmeric

-1 flavor enhancing vegan vegetable bouillon cube

-2 tablespoons poppy seed

-1 tablespoon black sesame

-1 tablespoon black pepper



 First, you will need to boil your rice, after adding water, salt, turmeric, garlic powder and your vegetable bouillon of course. Boil for 30 minutes. Use sticky rice for even better results.

 Put your rice right in the middle on top of a baking paper and create a rectangle on it, about the length of your baking paper and 1/4 to 1/6 of its height.

 Add the poppy seed and the black pepper right in the middle of your rectangle, creating a line that will start from the one middle end of your rice rectangle to the other. As for the black sesame, you can either add it with the rest of the ingredients INSIDE the line that will be created, or you can put it at the sides of your baking sheet so that it will get stuck on the sides of your sushi rolls. Another option for you, in case you are in a hurry or can’t seem to get sushi easy, is to never create the middle line at all, but to add all of these black ingredients on the top of each roll. Also that method can be used in case you want to make sure your rolls will look black and yellow no matter what and that yellow won’t be covering black at all. As you’re going to notice, I used the last method to make absolutely sure that the result would be black and yellow. 

 Roll your rectangle inside the baking sheet to make it take its final form.

 Cut it into pieces, just as with normal sushi rolls and put about 8 to 10 pieces on each plate. Your rice should make 4 servings containing 10 pieces each, but in case you make bigger pieces or smaller ones, the numbers will change.

 Your Baratheon Sushi Rolls are ready! 







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