Click here for the recipe from Cilantro & Citronella. Rather than frying the tofu I marinated it in the sauce, then roasted it at 450 degrees for 15 minutes, flipping once.
Easy to make, flavorful & adaptable!
I tried my hand at making a Sushi Burrito today and while I obviously still need to work on my rolling skills, it was too delicious not to share!
Recipe from Cilantro & Citronella, my roll has a mix of fresh and cooked vegetables — roasted butternut squash, raw julienned beets, cucumber sticks for crunch, avocado for creaminess, spinach and the yummiest roasted teriyaki tofu. The homemade teriyaki sauce is seriously the BEST! I saved it after marinating the tofu and used it as a dipping sauce for the burrito. It was so good, I’m going to try it as a homemade marinated for the boys chicken this weekend.
Back to these rolls, they were actually pretty easy to make as long as you don’t mind messy! I can see how practice makes perfect in this situation. Best part is I have lots of leftover rice and veggies so I may be giving it another try tomorrow for lunch.
My son was less than impressed with my oversize “sushirito” (sushi burrito combined) as he wanted me to just make a simple cucumber avocado roll but I thought it was the yummiest ever!
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