|After experimenting with Sushi for quite a bit, I figured, "Why
can't I do the same thing but with Bread?"
I've seen the larger sandwich wraps in restaurants, but I'm not
really a fan of very thick tortilla's nor all the doo dad's they put
in it, too much Lettuce, Onions and the like.
I wanted something that I could serve at a party, something light
and small, and non committal that the sandwich wraps are.
A few slices of large White Bread, crusts removed
Whipped Cream Cheese
slices of Smoked Salmon
These ingredients definetly compliment each other.
I rolled out the Bread very thin, spread a bit of soft Butter down
first, then some Creamed Cheese and then topped with a thin
slice of Smoked Salmon.
I rolled up tight.
I'm on a roll, a Bread Sushi Roll!!!
I took all my rolls, wrapped up tight in plastic wrap and put in
freezer for about 15 min, not only "to set" but to get them really
cold, so when I slice them they wouldn't fall apart and unravel.
If you're not going to use them right away, you can first
refrigerate, and then about 15 min before you need them, then
put in freezer for 15 min.
After I sliced the Salmon Rolls, I garnished with Capers on top.