Why this special sushi dish is named after an American movie was not clear to me. At least it's not some unpronounceable assortment of raw fish, and yes, it tastes good. This Jurassic Roll is from Sushi-Ya, a sushi roll made of crunchy shrimp, cream cheese, avocado and raw eel. It's rolled in rice and nori (a sheet of pressed, dried seaweed), and topped with masago (smelt fish roe). The green paste is wasabi, a Japanese horseradish paste that is mixed into the soy sauce where you dip your sushi.
Posted for Food Trip Friday and Food Friday
sarap naman. ang dami na talaga fusion ng maki. sa congo grill merin sila frozen maki. ang sarap din.
I love sushi...and it is healthy !
oh my! I'll have that 24/7! Though I haven't tried raw eel, i'll go for it! Ittadakimasu!
Iba iba na talaga ang maki selections, kaya mas nakakatakam lalo.
Ooh I love it! Seems raw eel is interesting.. I would like to try make it as kinilaw one day.. yours looks so yummmm-o!
this is making me drool ... love those dipped in lots and lots of wasabi(in soy sauce)!
thanks for playing again, LM
enjoy the weekend!
sushis and sashimis... they sound like music to my ears. it hypnotizes me. im addicted to those
ouch akala ko dinosour filling yang roll..kasi jurasic eh...hehehe
thanks for the visti and comment..
Have a great weekend and FTF.
Sushi is definitely on top of my list. YUMYUM! :)
As long as it's sushi, never mind the name, I would eat it. hmmm.... I wonder why it's called Jurassic Roll.
I find it hard to enjoy sushi and sashimi without wasabi. It is the period at the end of a sentence LOL.
sarap! our family like anything Japanice :)
Happy Saturday, Luna!
My entry is here http://kcelebration.blogspot.com/2010/02/cotton-candy.html
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