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T HE  R ECIPE   FOR  S PICY  T EMPURA  R OLLED  S USHI Ingredients: shrimp tempura  sushi rice  avocado slices  cucumber cut into strips  chili paste  mayonnaise  sesame seeds  seaweed paper  Instructions:    1. On a bamboo mat with saran cover, put an entire sheet of seaweed paper and scatter the  sushi rice around the paper with wet hands.  2. Spread the sesame seeds on the sushi rice  3. Flip the seaweed paper  4. Put shrimp tempura, cucumber sticks and avocado horizontally  5. Put some chili paste on top of the cucumber sticks and avocado  6. Put some mayonnaise on the shrimp tempura, cucumber sticks, and avocado  7. Tuck your thumbs under the mat to roll the sushi and squeeze the sushi firmly  8. Remove bamboo mat with saran cover and slice the sushi with a wet knife into six pieces 
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course CSCI 2761 taught by Professor Bush during the Spring '12 term at Hawaii Pacific.

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