Nasty Minnesota ‘Treat’ Has Tainted the Sushi Name. Just Why?
When I googled "Minnesota Sushi" this is NOT what I was looking for. Minnesota - what has happened here? Now, granted I have been away from Minnesota for many years. But I was born and raised in Minneapolis and this was NOT a thing when I was here. Either that or I owe my family a big 'Thank You' for never introducing me to it.
Since leaving California, the one food that I really miss is sushi. I'm talking about pulled fresh from the ocean hours before it hit my plate sushi. So in a moment of weakness, while grasping at straws, I thought just maybe there was a restaurant nearby that somehow had fresh sushi. But instead I saw this.
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Ham, cream cheese and dill pickles. Each ingredient on their own is ok. Who put them together and decided to make it look like sushi? I want to meet them so I can reprimand them! Why is there even a 'recipe' for this?
1 (8 ounce) package cream cheese, softened
2 tablespoons Dill Pickle Dip Mix
½ pound thinly sliced deli ham, (about 8 slices)
8 medium-sized dill pickles
In a medium bowl, combine first two ingredients; vigorously mix until well combined.
Spread 2 tablespoons over each slice of ham. Place a pickle on one end of ham and roll up. Refrigerate 20 minutes or up to sever hours. Slice before serving.
Makes 8 servings.
It really should just say: open packages, slather and roll. Now walk to trash can, throw away and call Grub Hub to deliver something that's actually edible.