- 4 cups of Japanese rice
- 3 sheets of nori seaweed
- Wash the rice and let it soak in water for 10 minutes, drain it for 5 minutes and sew it in a pressure cooker for 15 minutes and remove it from the heat.
- Cut the nori seaweed into strips and form balls with the rice.
- Glue the nori cuts to the rice balls and forms the patties.
Enjoy one of the star dishes of oriental gastronomy and exploit your creativity when preparing delicious mini sushi in the shape of a panda.
This mini sushi in the shape of a panda is perfect to start introducing international gastronomy to your little ones, in a tender and fun way. Sushi is a traditional Japanese food and one of the 5 most popular dishes in the world, basically, it is whole grain rice, wrapped in nori seaweed, filled with different ingredients. In this case, you will give it a fun twist, with mini panda-shaped sushi.
- From 1800 it began to be sold as fast food.
- In Japan, it is more common to eat it by hand and not use chopsticks.
- The idea that they are small pieces is so that they can be eaten in one bite.
- Only men can prepare sushi in Japan, as women are thought to have the highest body temperature and thus alter the taste of rice.
- Those with avocado and rice on the outside are not Japanese, like the famous California roll, which was invented in the United States.
- When served with fish and rice, rolled in nori seaweed it is known as a maki, while if it is more of a rice meatball in a bag than fried tofu it is called inari.