Nori Hand Rolls

I just found this pic on my Flickr account and it immediately reminded me of Hurricane Sandy. The state of New York was being battered by hurricane force winds and heavy rain while I was preparing this dish for our early dinner. As fate would have it, that Monday night proved to be very destructive.

I found the recipe of these rolls from the Sunday paper. It was a bit tedious for a beginner like me, rolling toasted nori sheets for the first time. I loved the combination of the ingredients with brown rice as the base and the different options for the fillers, proteins and seasonings.

nori hand rolls

As I’m writing this post, I have the urge to make these rolls tomorrow. But on the other hand, my mind says no because a Nor Easter is headed our way and I don’t want to have the same story to tell in the future. Yes, it’s not a hurricane that’s heading down here, but the meteorologists are predicting piles of snow mixed with sleet in blizzard conditions.


Nori Hand Rolls — 2 Comments

  1. Hello Lucel! 🙂 That Nori Rolls looks like a delish complete meal in one. Para ba syang spring roll? Ay oo nga, heard from the news that the eastern side of US is now experiencing heavy blizzard. Agree with you sa pag-postpone mo ng paggawa nyang Nori Rolls, (kahit pa sya masarap!). Baka nga history would repeat itself. Mahirap na!

    Hope your weekend is going great despite heavy snow. Ingat!
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  2. @ Tita B
    ahaha Lucel daw (LOL). it’s more of like maki sushi with nori sheets all over. it’s not crunchy at all like spring roll. the blizzard came and went and now we’re left with a big slushy mess all over the place. not good for spastics kasi madaling madulas and very bad for cars kasi nanggigitata sila sa dumi from the salt (destructive pa naman sa metal).

    weekend is almost over and it was great kahit walang lakad.

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