Boston Roll Recipe

Boston Sushi Roll
Sushi restaurants in the East Coast gave the Boston Sushi Roll its name, because they believe that it exemplifies the fresh and oh-so delicious Boston-style seafood. The best part about this roll is that it's as easy to make as it is scrumptious.
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  1. 2 cups Sushi Rice
  2. 2-3 Nori Sheets
  3. 20 small Shrimps
  4. Avocado
  5. Cucumber
  6. 50g Tobiko (Flying Fish Roe)
  1. Seed, peel, and then slice the cucumber and avocado into long strips. Set them aside.
  2. Pull off the outer shell and tails, and then devein the shrimp.
  3. Place the nori sheet on the white mat, and cover evenly with rice using the non-stick rice paddle.
  4. Flip the nori-rice base over to create an inside-out roll
  5. Line up the precut avocado, cucumber, and deveined shrimp on the nori
  6. Roll the sushi using the white mat
  7. Use the cutting guide to slice your roll into 8 even pieces
  8. Garnish with Tobiko.
  1. You simply lay the Tobiko on top of your roll or you can spread it all throughout. It's up to your aesthetic sense.
  2. You can make this sushi the classic way by skipping step #4.
  3. You can also poach the shrimp before making this roll if you prefer cooked shrimp to shrimp sashimi.
  4. Enjoy!
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