Heart Shaped Sushi
This sushi is low in calories but rich in omega-3 fatty acids thanks to the tuna.
Try replacing the white rice with brown rice for added fiber.
Roll out half of the rice on a moistened work surface to a thickness of approximately 3/4-inch. Moisten a heart-shaped biscuit cutter with water and cut out 10 hearts. Cut 10 hearts out of the salmon or ahi tuna also. Brush one side with a little wasabi paste and lay on top of the rice hearts.
Cut the nori sheet in half crosswise and lay each halved nori sheet on a bamboo rolling mat, smooth side down. Cover with a layer of prepared rice (at room temperature) approximately 1/2-inch thick, but don't press the rice down too firmly. Leave a small border free on the long edges. Using your finger tip spread a little wasabi paste lengthwise on the rice. Roll up using the mat and form the rolls into heart shapes.