Delicious Cone Sushi

J White Harris

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@JWhiteH

Sushi is vinegared rice that is often topped with other ingredients. My first time to eat cone sushi was at a sports event in Hawaii. In Hawaii cone sushi is a local favorite. It is found at Japanese local lunch shops and is sold at sports events at the snack stand. It’s delicious as a quick snack. When I lived in Hawaii this is one of the foods I enjoyed eating. I decided to see if I could duplicate it so I could enjoy eating it anywhere. This is the delicious version that I came up with. Give it a try and enjoy!


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Serves:

This recipe makes about 5 cups of cone sushi.

Prep:

15 Min

Cook:

20 Min

Method:

Broil

Ingredients

2 c
uncooked sushi rice
2-1/4 c
water

SUSHI DRESSING

1 c
rice wine vinegar
4 Tbsp
sugar
2 Tbsp
salt

CONE SUSHI RICE

4 c
cooked, warm rice
1/2 c
sushi dressing (see above)
1/2 c
minced simmered shiitake mushrooms
1/2 c
minced simmered carrots
1/2 c
minced simmered green beans

WRAPPERS FOR SERVING:

dried-seaweeds (musubi-nori), lettuce leaves, waffle cone

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Wash the rice with running water for 1-2 minutes until there is no more starch coming out of it. After you are done washing, put the rice in a rice cooker or pot, add a little bit more water than rice (the ratio is about 1.15:1 in favor of the water). Don’t put too much water, or you’ll get mush instead of rice. (I use a rice cooker, it makes cooking rice a snap.) Cook the rice.
2
Mix all dressing ingredients in a bowl and stir until dissolved well and mixture is clear.

Note: Use only rice vinegar! Any other kind of vinegar will taste bad.
3
Mince shiitake mushrooms, carrots, and green beans. Put minced ingredients into a small pot and just cover with water. Bring to a boil over high heat, lower heat, and simmer for 12 minutes, then drain well.

Note: It will take 1 cup of fresh chopped shiitake mushrooms to get 1/2 cup cooked.
4
Combine all ingredients in a large bowl mixing with a rubber spatula or wooden spoon. Taste the rice and add more dressing if needed. (You can always add more but you can’t take any out.) Set aside to cool. Serve at room temperature.
5
Serve in a waffle cone. It is an appetizer or a tasty hand held treat. This looks like the first cone sushi that I ate but the cone holding the sushi rice was made from processed vegetables.
6
Wrap in lettuce leaves and your cone sushi becomes a tasty side salad.
7
Wrap in Dried-Seaweeds (Musubi-Nori)

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Vegetable Appetizers
Main Ingredient: Vegetable
Regional Style: Hawaiian/Polynesian
Dietary Needs: Vegetarian
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids, Healthy