These delectable sushi sandwiches are the perfect treat-yourself lunch to start (or finish) your week out with. They are a riff on Onigirazu in that are a similar shape and size but the flavors inside are anything but ordinary. You will get to enjoy a tangy sweet potato and spinach stuffing, a delightful mushroom and radish stuffing, and a smoky sprout stuffing.
ONIGIRAZU: JAPANESE SUSHI SANDWICHES, THREE WAYS [VEGAN, GLUTEN-FREE]
Cut red cabbage into fine strips, mix with vinegar and salt, massage with hands and set aside.
Cut the sweet potato into 1/4-inch thick slices. Add oil to a hot pan, fry sweet potatoes at medium heat 4 minutes per side.
Place the Nori leaves with the rough side facing up on a piece of fresh food. Place a small handful of rice in the middle, cover with sweet potato, lightly drained red cabbage and spinach leaves, and finish with another small handful of rice and fold the corners.