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Seasoned Seaweed seasoned seaweed(YI PIN TIAN XING)

Country/Region china
Company Nantong Dingbur Seaweeds Foods Co., Ltd.
Categories Organic Seaweed Powder
Telephone 0086-513-83277948
ICP License Issued by the Chinese Ministry
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    Seasoned Seaweed seasoned seaweed(YI PIN TIAN XING)

    The product name:

    seasoned seaweed(YI PIN TIAN XING)

    Product model:seasoned seaweed
    Product introduction:

    seasoned seaweed(YI PIN TIAN XING)
    This style seasoned seaweed with four taste,one is by corn oil,one is byOlive oil ,one is by Sesame oil ,one is by Sunflower seed oil .
    Edible methods :eat directly ,also can be sprinkled on rice to eat, or sprinkled on the noodles to eat

    Some might think of gimbap or kimbap (pronounced "keem-bahp") simply as Korean sushi, but it really stands on its own. Wrapped inside layers of roasted seaweed (gim) and steamed rice (bap), the versatile fillings are often cooked and individually seasoned. While sushi rice is always vinegared, the rice for gimbap may be plain or seasoned with any combination of rice vinegar, sesame oil, sesame seeds, sugar, and salt. Finally, unlike sushi, gimbap is usually eaten without any soy sauce, wasabi, or ginger. This makes it a perfect finger food whether you're at home or on the go.

    1. Season the rice. In a small bowl, stir the rice vinegar, sugar, and salt until the sugar dissolves. Pour it over the warm rice along with 1 teaspoon of sesame seeds and gently but thoroughly mix together. Let cool.
    2. Organize your workspace. Arrange your ingredients and tools so that everything will be close at hand when needed. Place the bamboo rolling mat on a flat surface with the long side nearest you (the bamboo sticks should be horizontal). Lay out the seaweed sheets, a plate or tray with fillings, and a small bowl of warm water. Also designate a place to put your finished rolls.
    3. Position the seaweed on top of the bamboo mat. With dry hands, place one sheet of seaweed on the bamboo rolling mat with the shiny side down and the long side nearest you.
    4. Spread a layer of rice on top of the seaweed. Lightly moisten your hands with water and evenly spread one-fifth of the rice (about 2/3 cup) on the lower two-thirds of the seaweed, leaving the top third of the seaweed empty. If the rice sticks to your fingers as you work, lightly dip them in water (avoid using too much water as it can make the seaweed soggy).
    5. Arrange the fillings on top of the rice. About an inch up from the bottom of the rice, arrange the fillings in neat, horizontal rows.
    6. Begin rolling. Beginning on the side nearest you, roll the bamboo mat up and over the fillings. Use firm but gentle pressure to hold the ingredients in place.
    7. Continue rolling. As you're rolling forward, pull the mat up and out so it doesn't get caught in the roll. Keep rolling and releasing the mat until you form a compact cylinder.
    8. Seal and season the roll. Dip your finger in water and moisten the edge of the seaweed to seal the roll. Wrap the entire bamboo mat around the roll and give it a firm but gentle squeeze. Using your hands or a pastry brush, lightly coat the outside of the roll with sesame oil to give it shine and prevent it from drying out. Set it aside.
    9. Cut into bite-size pieces. Begin cutting when all the rolls are complete. Using a towel or pastry brush, coat the blade of the knife with a thin layer of sesame oil. Slice the roll into bite-size pieces, periodically wiping the blade and re-applying sesame oil to prevent sticking.
    10. Garnish with sesame seeds (optional). Sprinkle toasted sesame seeds over the cut rolls.
    11. Serve. Serve gimbap at room temperature. Best eaten the same day.
    Nantong Dingbur Seaweed Food Co., Ltd. is a solely foreign-owned enterprise mainly engaged in seaweed food series including dried seaweed, seasoned seaweed, roasted seaweed, etc.

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