Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Bread Sushi

Is your sandwich always either in the shape of triangle, triangle or square? How about making it in the shape of circle the next time you do it?

This is great for primary school kids as snack for canteen breaks. Great for picnic too!

makes a roll

  • 2 slice Bread of your choice
  • 1 sheet Nori aka toasted seaweed
  • 1 Egg, beaten
  • 1 Lettuce Leave
  • 1 slice Ham of your choice
  • 1 piece Crabstick
  • 1 stick Japanese Cucumber
  • Mayonnaise
  • Butter
  • Batter
  • Breadcrumbs
  • * Cling wrap
How to do it:

  1. Heat pan with a few drops of oil.
  2. Fry egg like crepe till cook.
  3. Set aside.
  4. Dip crabstick in batter and coat in breadcrumbs.
  5. Deep fry till golden brown.
  6. Set aside.
  7. Trim off the skin of bread.
  8. Flatten both bread with rolling pin or any other ways.
  9. Cut the nori to the size of 2 bread laid side by side and with an extra 4cm in length.
  10. Have piece of cling wrap on the tabletop.
  11. Lay nori on top of cling wrap.
  12. Lightly butter the bread on both sides.
  13. Lay bread on the nori.
  14. Lightly butter the nori that is not covered by the bread
  15. Place egg crepe on the bread.
  16. Either fold in or trim off extra egg.
  17. Place lettuce over the egg.
  18. Place ham which is cut to size over lettuce.
  19. Place cucumber and crabstick on top of ham.
  20. Squeeze in some mayonniase.
  21. Now start rolling the bread.
  22. Lift the cling wrap as you roll.
  23. Use the extra nori to secure the roll.
  24. Wrap the roll with the cling wrap.
  25. Cut the bread roll into smaller pieces.
  26. Remove cling wrap before eating.
  • You can use any other ingredients you like.
  • Butter the nori so it can 'stick' together.
  • The cling wraps helps hold the bread roll together and makes cutting easier.

* Place all ingredients together *

* Roll the bread, lifting the cling wrap as you do. *

* Wrap bread roll with cling wrap to secure it before cutting. *

* Bread Sushi - the unconventional way to eating sandwich *


  1. I love this! It's so adorable and inspired. What kid wouldn't eat this?

  2. I love this! Can't wait to try it out on my kids! Thanks!

  3. Very creative, I'm sure Nanzaro would love to try to make this.

  4. Kelly,
    Haha ... yeah, I bet most kids will like it.

    East Meets West Kitchen,
    Hope they like it. ;)

    I bet Nanzaro can do a very good job at it! ;)

  5. Wokkingmum,
    This is such a great idea. I've never been a good mom to create cute and adorable looking food for my kids :( . I think I must learn more from you and get inspiration from you liao.

  6. Sue Sue,
    But that's because you are lucky to have manageable kids. Mine are 2 picky and fussy little monsters. :p haha ...
    We learn from one another. ;)

  7. Jazzmint,
    Thanks. Try it sometime. ;)