Cured Ham Salad Sushi Rolls [Ehoumaki for Setsubun]. Nowadays though the ehou-maki tradition has become popular nationwide. They are sold everywhere, especially at convenience stores, who take this I made ehou maki today for Setsubun and even ate it facing the proper direction and in silence. We used sesame seeds, carrot, cucumber, cream cheese.
It's not an official national holiday, but it is celebrated in ways all meant to drive away bad luck and. They were being rolled out (heehee, couldn't resist) for Setsubun, the day before the beginning of Spring in Japan. This is the first time in three consecutive years that I'm not going to be in Japan for Setsubun. You can have Cured Ham Salad Sushi Rolls [Ehoumaki for Setsubun] using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Cured Ham Salad Sushi Rolls [Ehoumaki for Setsubun]
- You need 1 of bowlful Sushi rice.
- It’s 1 1/2 of sheet Nori seaweed.
- You need 2 slice of Sliced cheese.
- You need 4 slice of Cured ham.
- Prepare 1 of egg's worth Scrambled eggs.
- Prepare 1/4 of Avocado.
- Prepare 1 of Lemon juice (or a quarter of a lemon), grainy mustard.
I miss Japan like crazy and I'm feeling like I need a little bit of extra luck so I'm celebrating. It marks the start of the spring season or _risshun_ (立春) in Japan according to the old lunar calendar. Find and follow posts tagged ehoumaki on Tumblr. Setsubun marks the first day of Spring on the old Japanese calendar.
Cured Ham Salad Sushi Rolls [Ehoumaki for Setsubun] instructions
- Place whole sheet of nori on makisu and cover thinly with sushi rice. Leave about 1 cm uncovered on your near-side, and 2 cm on your far-side. A rubber spatula comes in handy..
- Top with halved nori and sliced cheese..
- Top with cured ham..
- Top with scrambled eggs, avocado sliced in strips, and wrap up..
- Serve with lemon juice and grainy mustard..
If you are grown up, like me (sad face), and can't partake in scaring the demons away with beans (unless you have children), feel free to enjoy the next best thing: ehou maki. Futomaki is a kind of sushi roll having a variety of fillings such as vegetables and seafood (cooked). It is much thicker than Tuna rolls or cucumber rolls Today eating Futomaki is a more commercial than traditional function like a lot of other festive events. Futomaki in Setsubun is also called Ehoumaki. Sushi rolls or hosomaki are basic but popular sushi in Japan.