Sushi dipped in hot chocolate? Sweet sushi is the hottest dessert trend right now, and you can make it at home.
Learn how to make sushi with homemade, hot, dark chocolate saus. Recipe by master Wilson, from Sushi Made Easy.
Sweet dessert sushi with chocolate sauce (4-6 rolls)
500g Blue Dragon Japanese rice
400ml coconut milk
80g caster sugar
1 tsp salt
150g good quality dark chocolate
50ml double cream
1 bamboo sushi mat – for rolling
4 - 6 sheets sushi nori
2 ripe bananas, sliced lengthways into thin strips
20g sesame seeds, to serve
Wash the rice in a large bowl several times until the water comes out almost clear. Place the rice, water and 200ml coconut milk in a pot with a tight fitting lid. Bring rice to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat to low for 10 minutes; then allow to sit undisturbed with no flame for 10 minutes.
Heat the remaining coconut milk in a small saucepan, add sugar and salt and reduce till slightly thick. Place the cooked rice into a large bowl, then add the coconut milk mixture, mix lightly then allow to sit, covered, for 30 minutes at room temperature. In the meantime, for the chocolate sauce melt chocolate in a bain-marie or microwave until almost 100% melted.
Place the bamboo mat down and put a sheet of nori (shiny side facing down) on top. Spread nori with some of the rice, leaving a 2cm gap on the edge. Lay a selection of fruit across the rice. Pick up the sushi from the closed side, then roll up, using the mat to help you. Roll and squeeze gently, then cut into 2cm pieces. Continue with remaining ingredients, and serve sprinkled with sesame seeds with chocolate sauce for dipping.
ENVELOPE by Celine Aagaard
Sushi og makiruller dyppet i sjokoladesaus? Ja det stemmer det. Det er helg og på tide å overraske med en annerledes dessert. Sweet sushi er noe av det hotteste du kan servere i følge masterchef, Wilson fra Sushi Made Easy.
Bytt ut soyasausen med sjokolade og velg mango, bringerbær og blåbær istedet for avokado og crabstick, og nyt en søt sushi med sjokoladedip.