California Roll Breakfast Sushi
This is a really easy recipe for California Roll inspired breakfast sushi that’s done in just a few minutes with only a few ingredients needed. A definite kid pleaser! And husbands too.
This week on Top Chef the Quickfire Challenge was “impress a sushi master”. Probably one of the hardest challenges yet. I mean, sushi masters are incredible with their knife skills, flavor profiles and presentation. I would be sweating bullets if I was in that kitchen! How about you?
Chef Joshua Valentine got my wheels spinning when he whipped out the bacon. Bacon + Sushi = unheard of….but he could be on to something. Had he gone the more breakfast route – maybe he would’ve impressed chef Katsuya Uechi a little more and not ended up in the bottom? Who knows! I did love that Brooke made Tako (octopus). That’s my sons favorite sushi (he’s 11 – go figure).
A rolled up tortilla stuffed with bacon may not impress a world class sushi master, but it will definitely impress the little foodies in your house. It definitely did mine. Only complaint – the hubs wished there was more!
This is my version of the Quickfire challenge to impress a sushi master.
Think “California Omelette” wrapped in a flour tortilla, rolled up tight and drizzled with a spicy Sriracha sour cream. Oishii!! (that’s delicious in Japanese)
An easy recipe for California Roll Breakfast Sushi using just a few ingredients and it's done in a flash.
- Coat a medium skillet with cooking spray and heat over medium-high heat. In a small bowl whisk 2 eggs and 3 tablespoons milk until incorporated. Pour into the hot skillet. Sprinkle with 2 tablespoons cheese and cook without stirring for 3-5 minutes, until the top is no longer wet. You may need to turn the heat down so you don't burn the bottom.
- Place the tortilla over the egg and gently flip them out on to a cutting board. Place 2 strips of bacon in the bottom 1/4 of the tortilla (closest to you). Top with 1/2 of the sliced avocado and tomato. Roll up as tightly and gently as you can. Allow to rest for a second and then slice with a sharp knife into sushi rolls. Repeat the process with the remaining eggs, cheese, etc.
- In a small bowl mix the sour cream, sriracha and milk. Drizzle over the sushi rolls and serve immediately.
Recipe courtesy of www.farmgirlgourmet.com. Reprinting without permission is unethical.
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