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  • * Sheets of [[Nori|nori]] (red algae [[Seaweed|seaweed]] paper). ...g to where it shouldn't and especially sanitation. Finally, put a sheet of nori shiny side down on top of the makisu. lengthwise or longwise depends both
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  • {{recipesummary|Japanese recipes|1 or more|45 minutes|1}} ...or cold [[Rice|rice]], often with a filling, frequently wrapped in [[Nori|nori]] making it easier to eat. It is a popular snack food, and is also common a
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  • ...etc. Sushi is made by first cooking rice, then cooling it, wrapping it in nori; using a bamboo mat to help and then cut into smaller pieces. Usually serve ...lso started to be consumed with the fish it was used to preserve. ''[[Nori|Nori]]'' (red algae [[Seaweed|seaweed]] paper) was added about this period as a
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  • * 1 sheet [[nori]] sushi seaweed # By hand, break the [[nori]] sheet in small pieces.
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  • * ½ sht [[nori]] seaweed - (8" square) sliced into fine, thin strips # Arrange the [[beef]] on top and a small pile of [[nori]] strips at one side.
    3 KB (415 words) - 09:02, 14 July 2012
  • ...spoons seaweed gomisio (or substitute [[sesame seed]]s and tiny shredded [[nori]]) [[Category:Broccoli Recipes]]
    2 KB (319 words) - 09:02, 14 July 2012
  • Contributed by [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group] * [[nori]] sheets (seaweed paper)
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  • ...is a traditional Lunar New Year dish in Korea. I have seen many different recipes - the only really standard ingredient seems to be the [[rice]] cakes -- but * 2 sheets [[nori]] (seasoned kim , dried [[laver]] seaweed)
    3 KB (427 words) - 14:15, 15 July 2012
  • * 2 sheets [[nori]] fresh [[seaweed]], crumbled [[Category:Meat Recipes]]
    1 KB (197 words) - 14:23, 15 July 2012
  • * 10 sheets kim (seaweed sheet, [[nori]]) [[Category:Snack Recipes‏‎]]
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  • ...ne of Korea|Korea]]. Its primary ingredients are rice (''bap'') and [[Nori|nori]] (''kim'', sheets of dried seaweed). [[Gimbap Recipes]]
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  • * 1 package [[nori]] (seaweed) # Spread a thin layer of tahini on it, then place a "sheet" of [[nori]] on top.
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  • * [[Nori|Nori]] # Cut nori into strips 1 inch wide and long enough to surround the desired sushi rice
    1 KB (247 words) - 15:05, 9 May 2012
  • ...Step 2]] 2. On top of the Makisu, place a sheet of [[nori]] toward you. [[nori]] is sold in packages of square sheets - to make sushi you use half sheets ...kiSushi3.jpg|left|Making Maki Sushi Step 3]] 3. Put some Shari on top of [[nori]]. The amount of Shari you use should be about the same used to make three
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  • All [[Sushi|sushi]] has rice in it, but not all sushi uses ''nori'' as a wrapper. ''Inarizushi'' ("stuffed sushi") encloses the rice and fill [[Category:Egg Recipes|{{PAGENAME}}]]
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  • ..., You should get the highest quality [[nori]] you can afford because the [[nori]] is such a dominant part of a hand roll's taste and texture. * 2 sheets [[nori]], re-roasted
    2 KB (316 words) - 14:44, 15 July 2012
  • ...ice with insertions, rolled up in Japanese seaweed. Most maki places the [[nori]] on the outside, but some, like the California roll, place the rice on the [[Category:Food Glossary Recipes]]
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  • * 1 sheet seasoned gim (dried seaweed, [[nori]]), crushed [[Category:Beef Recipes]]
    958 bytes (126 words) - 15:11, 15 July 2012
  • * 1 small sheet toasted [[nori]], cut into thin strips # Garnish with watercress leaves, [[nori]] and seasonings to taste.
    1 KB (184 words) - 15:39, 15 July 2012
  • * nori (as needed) ...r nigirizushi requiring a band of nori to hold the sushi together, cut the nori into strips about 1/4 inch wide and long enough to wrap around the finished
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