Dragon Roll

(Japanese) (Japanese Sushi)

shrimps, rice, avocados, tobiko

The dragon roll is an inside-out sushi roll, which means nori wraps around the ingredients inside and the sushi rice is on the outside. Typically, there is shrimp tempura and cucumber inside the roll, and thinly sliced avocado is placed on top of the roll resembling the scales of a dragon. There are a few versions of this roll, for example some restaurants put grilled eel (unagi) inside the roll instead of shrimp tempura.

Created March 19, 2020 by: itisclaudio

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