Japanese food is almost always low in fat, and these beautifully presented sushi rolls are no exception. Each sushi roll contains only 0.4g fat, and 1mg cholesterol. These days you can easily pick up the ingredients in a local supermarket and it is very easy to make them at home. Please remember, you must use sushi rice, which will be sticky once cooked!
40 grams deseeded cucumber - chopped very finely, 1 sushi nori - 4 sheets, 120 grams smoked salmon, 300 grams sushi rice, 2 tablespoon caster sugar, 3 tablespoon rice wine vinegar, 2 spring onions, very finely chopped, 2 teaspoon Wasabi paste, 1 pickled ginger to garnish, 1 soy sauce,
Cook the sushi rice in boiling water - refer to pack for cooking times.
While the rice is cooking, put the sugar and rice wine vinegar in a pan and heat until the sug...
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