One of my favorite inventions. Many people are frightened by fish sushi, even with cooked fish, so this one doesn't use fish. Instead, all the ingredients (including the wrapper) are plausibly (if not factually) Mexican products in origin or major cultivation.
- sushi wrappers
- vinegared, cooked Sushi Rice
- smoked turkey, sliced thickly
- avocados, peeled and seeded
- toasted sesame seed
Cut the turkey into strips the length of the wrappers, and make slices of the avocados.
I like to plastic wrap the sushi mat and then sandwich the wrappers between rice. Place turkey and avocado on the wrapper, and roll it around them. Then take the entire roll, and roll it in the sesame seeds.
Mexico is a huge producer of sesame and rice. The nori seaweed is a kelp like the one that grows on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Turkey and avocado originated in Mexico. Hence Mexican sushi.
Ecuadorean Sushi would replace the turkey with boiled platanos maduros (ripe plantains.)