It’s been a little hectic of late, or perhaps feeling hectic is just the new norm (particularly in the lead up to Christmas)? One thing that remains constant, however, is our assurance of a home cooked meal most evenings.
In fact, after a busy day kid-wrangling, teleconferencing and document reviewing, I quite look forward to my little bit of time in the kitchen. Tinkering away at dinner after Little J has gone to bed and Miss C is reading stories with her dad. The whole process can be quite therapeutic, really.
On this occasion it was sushi, but with cooked quinoa in place of rice. The other usual suspects were there though – smoked salmon, avocado, carrot, capsicum and cucumber.
I made four large rolls – two for ‘now’ and two for ‘later’, served with a simple side salad. Sadly I’d forgotten the wasabi and pickled ginger, but they were tasty never-the-less. Not to mention colourful!
And my verdict on the quinoa substitute? Loved the crunch! Definitely a substitute to keep in mind for the future.
I do, however, have to work on my sushi rolling skills – they are pretty hopeless.
What about you? Are you a fan of sushi?