Make a mix of the salt, sugar & vinegar in a bowl
Cook rice, pour in sugar, vinegar and salt mix and cool in a tray (airing with a fork or chopsticks as it cools to stop from sticking together)
Lay a piece of nori on a sushi mat
Place hands in a bowl of cold water then grab a handful of rice and place on the nori (you need enough to form an even layer going up 4/5 of the way up the nori) – the water stops the rice from sticking to your hands
Place wasabi, plum, and mayonnaise in an even strip across the rice ½ way up the rice.
Lay on top of this your filling of avocado, asparagus, cucumber and tofu, sprinkle with sesame seeds and roll up – just wet the top edge when you reach it and this will help the seaweed stick to itself..
Cut in half and repeat again
Serve with pickled ginger and soy sauce.
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