handroll

handroll

(ˈhændˌrəʊl)
n
(Cookery) a Japanese dish consisting of a large cone of dried seaweed filled with cold rice and other ingredients, eaten with the fingers rather than chopsticks
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Options such as tofu katsu curry, tamago nigiri sushi and tofu tomago temaki (handroll) guarantee the finest in Japanese vegetarian fare.
Our faves include the spicy tuna and the yellowtail, as well as a zingy monster of a handroll called Red Dragon, in which spicy salmon, cucumber and gorgeous raw red tuna feature prominently.
Officers told the court last Friday that they found enough cannabis to handroll 17 joints.
Then, after adding a few more fresh ingredients salts, spirits and seasonings McCrea's Candies handrolls its exquisite caramel into smooth pieces of perfection.
They serve everything from Japanese handrolls to dim sum and linguine, plus an extensive selection of delectable desserts to finish your meal with.
The restaurant also offers fresh Japanese handrolls, vegan and gluten-free options, and evolving weekly specials.
But there were babies in prams, toddlers clutching fistfuls of handrolls filled with duck, salmon and soft shell crab, as well as teenagers, alone or with mum and dad in tow.
Options available in the autumn menus include freshly baked croissants, a variety of omelettes, fruit, filet of beef, naan tandoori chicken, baked aubergine and raspberry or blueberry clafoutis in First Class and bagels with fresh fruit and yoghurt, chicken pesto handrolls and banh mi flat iron beef sandwiches in the Main Cabin and Main Cabin Select.
To serve: Unwrap handrolls and place on plate with scallops and bananas.
There are handrolls, nigiri (two pieces of rice with toppings), sashimi (seared or raw fish) and maki/futomaki (rice filled rolls wrapped in seaweed).