My kids and I love sushi and could eat it a few times a week. It’s healthy and satisfies the craving we all get for something salty. While there are a few amazing places near us, sushi can be an expensive dinner option when you are feeding your entire family.
There are nights when we make it at home, but by the time we are done with all the prep — cutting the veggies, making the rice, rolling and slicing the rolls — we are exhausted.
One evening I was making rolls for a dinner party, and I only wanted to take the pieces of sushi that looked really appetizing. I threw the crumbly ones in a Tupperware container, splashed some soy sauce over the top and had myself a snack.
As I was digging in with my fork, it made me realize the broken sushi pieces tasted just as good as when the seaweed, rice and fish were intact.