Simple Way to Prepare Super Quick Homemade Mostly Vegan Sushi—Thai Style Kimbap

Mostly Vegan Sushi—Thai Style Kimbap. Lightly pepper with ふりかけ, and lay out a heavy amount of radish and carrot, cucumber, kimchi, lemon, tofu, and fish (if you have it). Jam it full of soy sauce glaze, wasabi paste and thai mayo for fullest flavor. Local favorite sauces are welcome, too.

The bamboo mat makes it easy to create a nice roll. Slice the roll into pieces and serve with soy sauce, enjoy! I have a very exciting vegan recipe for you today!!

Hey everyone, hope you are having an amazing day today. Today, we’re going to prepare a special dish, mostly vegan sushi—thai style kimbap. One of my favorites. This time, I’m gonna make it a little bit unique. This will be really delicious.

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Lightly pepper with ふりかけ, and lay out a heavy amount of radish and carrot, cucumber, kimchi, lemon, tofu, and fish (if you have it). Jam it full of soy sauce glaze, wasabi paste and thai mayo for fullest flavor. Local favorite sauces are welcome, too.

To get started with this recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients. You can cook mostly vegan sushi—thai style kimbap using 14 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.

The ingredients needed to make Mostly Vegan Sushi—Thai Style Kimbap:

  1. {Take of Brown or White Rice.
  2. {Get of Mung Bean.
  3. {Prepare of Quinoa.
  4. {Make ready of Rice Vinegar.
  5. {Make ready of Roasted Sesame (Unsalted for Beginners).
  6. {Get of Carrot.
  7. {Take of Avocado.
  8. {Get of Radish.
  9. {Get of Tofu.
  10. {Take of Cucumber.
  11. {Make ready of Kimchi.
  12. {Make ready of Lemon.
  13. {Prepare of Bulgogi Sauce.
  14. {Prepare of Roasted Seaweed.

Don't be crinkling your nose at the word "Vegan"!! I promise you that this amazing vegan Kimbap (vegan Korean sushi roll) will impress your taste buds and whoever you decide to share this deliciousness! So this is not a sushi roll. Kimbap fillings are usually cooked and seasoned veggies, never raw fish.

Steps to make Mostly Vegan Sushi—Thai Style Kimbap:

  1. Wash 1 scoop of rice twice, and add sprinkle of mung bean and quinoa.
  2. Prepare various ingredients. Chop cucumber, radish, carrot, and lemon top. Skin, de-seed, and shred. This can be done by hand, but is tedious and time consuming. Useful tools here include a toothed peeler and a julienne shredder..
  3. Season a side of fish or avocado, if available. Thawed frozen filet with herbs and spices under olive oil, or John Hancock your own orange chicken, shrimp, etc. All it takes is a little bit..
  4. Season cucumber wedges with lemon pepper. Slice tofu into small strips and pepper with Southwestern Spice blend, Tajin or Lime Seasoning of choice..
  5. Mix small bowl of kimchi with slices of lemon, drizzled with BBQ sauce.
  6. Take steamed hot rice and cool. Preferably use big bowl set in glass pie pan with ice for quicker results. Mix in a generous amount of rice vinegar and add a add a small amount of roasted sesame, if desired. Not too much!.
  7. Lay out a rolling mat and roasted seaweed, slathering evenly with a small strip at the end open for sealing. Lightly pepper with ふりかけ, and lay out a heavy amount of radish and carrot, cucumber, kimchi, lemon, tofu, and fish (if you have it). Jam it full of soy sauce glaze, wasabi paste and thai mayo for fullest flavor. Local favorite sauces are welcome, too..
  8. Using the kitchen knife, delicately balance the ingredients and roll it over itself, using the mat to tighten the rice around the innards. Rework the mat over the sealed cylindrical shape as a whole.. Mostly Vegan Sushi—Thai Style Kimbap
  9. Slice the sushi roll into bite sized pieces. Ponzu and Wasabi pictured (but not necessary). Sliced ginger with Jasmine, Black or Green Tea for a tasty accompaniment..

Although the standard traditional kimbap is not vegan (as it contains egg and imitation crab stick, or beef), it can easily be made vegan. I actually love ordering it when I'm in Korea at the kimbap stalls, where they make it fresh right in front of you. Kimbap is super customizable and the fillings will depend on where you buy your Korean sushi rolls or what you want to fill it with. Typically, you will find Kimbap with a cooked meat, yellow pickled radish (takuan) with cooked and fresh vegetables. To make vegan Kimbap, I replaced the meat with tofu and fried it for extra crunchy texture.

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