Sandwich Sushi is so fun and the kids love it. Especially if they get to work on their chopstick skills. Of course they’re also a fab finger food.
Prep – Get all your stuff together. Ya I know. No brainer, but it makes for a nice picture
Cut – cut off the crust.
Flatten – Flatten the bread. I use rolling pin. You can use the heal of your palm, a can, another board or a plate. Just get that sucker flat.
Spread – As you see, I put the peanut butter* all the way across, and the jelly only half way. The jelly tends to travel when you roll and this help reduce the mess.
Roll – Just roll it up. Not too tight or you’ll squeeze all the good stuff out.
Wrap and Freeze – This is the KEY step. You can skip this step to save time, but you’ll end up with a looser messier roll. I usually freeze for 20 minutes.
Cut – After it’s firm you can unwrap it and cut.
I tend to get 3 to 4 pieces per slice. And will usually make 2 or 3 slices worth of sushi for my bentos.
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