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To the pots, ready, delicious! "Recipe: Quinoa sushi with avocado, cucumber and smoked salmon

The children's cooking show To the pots, ready, delicious! Runs every Sunday at 9:55 am on the Disney Channel. New season two recipe: quinoa sushi with cucumber, avocado and salmon.

Sushi with a twist: instead of rice, these sushi porridges are made from quinoa
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  1. Quinoa contains minerals and vitamins
  2. Ingredients for quinoa sushi
  3. Preparation of quinoa sushi

Quinoa are cereal-like seeds (pseudo-cereals) cooked to have a consistency similar to rice. Thus, they are perfect as a substitute for rice. The advantage over conventional white rice: Quinoa is rich in protein, iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and phosphorus as well as vitamin B1, folic acid and vitamin B3 - an ideal vitamin cocktail for children! Just: How can you make the superfood tasty for the little ones?

Quinoa contains minerals and vitamins

The cooks of the Disney cooking show To the pots, ready, yummy! have come up with something clever: quinoa sushi! Filled with nutrient-rich avocado and omega-3-containing salmon, the best possible combination of foods succeeds. The result is impressive: a tasty finger food that tastes great and small connoisseurs.

Quinoa-Sushi Zubereitung
Avocados contain good fats, as well as vitamins A and E
Photo: Disney

Ingredients for quinoa sushi

  • 120 g white quinoa
  • Iodide salt with fluoride
  • ¼ avocado
  • ⅓ Cucumber
  • 1 small carrot
  • 30 g smoked salmon in slices
  • 1 teaspoon sesame seeds
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon agave syrup
  • 2 roasted nori leaves

Ingredients for garnish

  • 1 tablespoon soy sauce
  • pickled ginger
  • Wasabi at will

Preparation of quinoa sushi

  1. Quark hot Quinoa and cook according to the instructions in salted water.
  2. Remove the avocado meat from the peel and cut into strips. Peel the cucumber, quarter it in quarters and core it. Cut the cucumber quarters into narrow strips. Clean and peel the carrot, first cut lengthways, then cut in half and cut into thin strips. The strips may need to be adjusted in length, they should be at most as wide as the Nori leaves. Cut the smoked salmon into strips.
  3. Roast sesame seeds in a small pan without fat, then let cool.
  4. Mix the vinegar with agave syrup, a little salt and sesame seeds.
  5. Drain quinoa into a sieve and let cool slightly. Then stir in the vinegar mixture.
  6. ½ place nori leaf on a sushi roll mat. Spread half of the quinoa, then half of the prepared ingredients. Use the mat to roll everything into a tight roll. Moisten Nori sheet with a little water at the bottom so that the roll sticks together.
  7. Make a second roll from the remaining ingredients in the same way.
  8. Chill the rolls and cut into 6 pieces each before using them with a sharp knife. Pack the pieces in a tightly closed container and chill until ready to eat.
  9. Serve with soy sauce, ginger and wasabi paste as desired.
  10. Decoration tip: Mix 1 tbsp black and light sesame seeds or sprinkle chopped dill over the sushi rolls or sushi with the interfaces in the sesame or dill.

Nutritional information (per serving):

  • 330 calories
  • 11.5 g of protein
  • 10.2 g fat
  • 43.1 g of carbohydrates
  • 8.52 grams of fiber

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