Rustic Sushi Rolls

Rustic sushi rollsTry your hand at rolling your own sushi - they may not be perfect but they will still be delicious!

1 tablespoon Japanese rice vinegar
4 cups cooked medium grain brown rice
6 nori sheets
1 Lebanese cucumber
1 large avocado, halved, stone removed, peeled
3/4-1 teaspoon wasabi
250g bean shoots
180g seafood flakes, each flake halved diagonally
Tamari, to serve

Step 1
Stir the vinegar through the rice. If hot, allow to cool completely. Cut the nori sheets in half crossways along the short side to make twelve 10cm x 18cm rectangles. Trim the ends of the cucumber and cut into twelve 1cm x 11cm sticks. Cut each avocado half in half again lengthways. Cut each quarter lengthways into three slices.
Step 2
Place a nori rectangle, shiny side down, on a clean flat surface. Working from the short end, spread a 1/3 cup of rice over the nori, leaving 2cm free at the top end of the nori. Spread wasabi crossways in the middle of the rice.
Step 3
Spread some bean shoots over the rice. Place a piece of avocado crossways in the middle of the sheet (in the same position as the wasabi). Place a piece of cucumber and 2 seafood flake halves on top.
Step 4
Brush the top 2cm of nori with water. Working from the opposite end, roll up the nori to enclose the filling. Repeat with the remaining ingredients to make 12 rolls. Serve with tamari for dipping.