Sushi implies “sour-tasting” in Japanese referring to the vinegary rice that sushi is made of. It is a popular meal and quite easy to cook too.
Is your kid fond of sushi? Does he dislike it completely? Do not worry, sushi is quite a versatile dish that can be made delicious and your kids would not even know about it.
Here are 5 mouth-watering breakfast recipes that your kids could carry for their school tiffin:
For this recipe, you will need sushi rice, water, rice wine vinegar, sugar, nori sheets, carrot sticks, cooked veggies, and avocado slices too. Place sushi rice and water in a saucepan and boil them. Let it simmer for 10 minutes on low flame. Once the rice cools after 15 minutes, sprinkle vinegar and sugar and stir the mixture. Cut nori sheets and place some rice on it. Arrange other fillings on the rice and then roll the strips. Cook them and then cut it into 8-10 pieces. Refrigerate the covered mixture for an hour to soften the sushi. And the dish is ready!
For this recipe, you need tortillas, some sushi, fruits, cream cheese, powdered sugar and vanilla extract. Combine the sugar, vanilla and cream cheese in a mixing bowl. Spread sushi and cream cheese over tortilla rolls and line it with some fruit pieces that your kid likes. Roll the tortillas and then cut them into pieces. The fruit sushi for kids is ready.
Peanut Butter and Fruit Sushi:
For this recipe, you need a whole wheat bread, peanut butter, apple cut into strips, raisins, and a lemon. Toss apple strips with lemon juice and place them in a bowl. Flatten the bread and cover sushi mat. Spread peanut butter on bread slices with other fillings on another end. Roll the slices and pack the ingredients to the brim.
For this recipe, you need uncooked sushi rice, sugar, coconut milk, orange pieces, raspberries, flavoured yogurt, salt, and cooking spray. Boil the rice and water and let it simmer for 15 minutes. Cool it for some time and then add salt, sugar and coconut milk to it. Keep it aside for 15 minutes. Use cooking spray on your hands to divide rice mixture into oval-shaped portions. Top these with orange and raspberry pieces. Serve them chilled.
Now, this is one favourite breakfast recipe for kids because it has chocolate. Use corn syrup, rice, apple juice and julienne fruit slices. Melt the chocolate and add corn syrup to it. Refrigerate the mixture for a couple of hours. Boil the rice adding some apple juice to it. Reduce the heat in five minutes to let it simmer and cook for 10 minutes. Cut chocolate into fine strips and place the rice mixture on it. Arrange fruit slices on the rice mixture and roll it nicely. Cut the roll into pieces and serve it to your kids.
Each of the sushi recipes mentioned here is quite delicious and will get your child to ask for more. Even if they do not eat sushi or vegetables, they will love it and you can easily feed important nutrients to them as part of their routine breakfast. You can even buy a sushi machine to make outstanding sushi to pair it with other ingredients within the rolls.
Every sushi recipe that the kids love has an ingredient that he or she loves very much. Sushi recipes are versatile enough to be fused with other culinary creations. Be creative when making these recipes for breakfast!