|Abby's happy face - she gets to have fish two meals in a row!!|
I normally use the flat sheets of nori (the kind used for rolling sushi) which works much better - but all I had on hand were these seasoned nori strips.
Then I took a handful of rice and made a divot in the center - then I put a dollop of the tuna mixture in the middle.
A little more rice to cover up the tuna.
Then dip a strip of nori in the warm water.
Wait a few seconds until you see the nori start to shrink in size - shake off the excess water and start to shape it over the rice.
The end result looked like this:
The smaller one is the dog size nori ball.
How many bites did it take to get to the luscious tuna goodness??
Just one ;-)
For the humans I recommend some low sodium soy sauce for dipping.