Today is International Sushi Day and we all know how much Lao love sushi. So, to that end we present the Nak roll, which has the following ingredients:
Medium shrimp (sushi grade).
Cucumber (long and even)
Tobiko (flying fish roe)
BBQed eel (sushi grade)
Southeast Asian Chili peppers (Nak Jolokia if you're daring)
Typically, the center of the roll will be: spicy salmon, SEAsian chili peppers, cucumber, and shrimp tempura, wrapped up in nori sheets and covered with rice. The exterior of the roll will be avocado, eel, and tobiko, and spicy mayonnaise.
But this is a Lao roll. Keep it elegant looking and balanced!
Essentially, you can approximate this by asking for a dynamite spicy salmon dragon roll if the chef accepts custom orders at the restaurant.