If you've ever been to Wegmans where they make fresh sushi, or even a sushi specialized restaurant, where you've seen the sushi process, it looks so easy and skill-less. Don't let those professionals fool you, because it is process.
Andrea prepped the rice and cooked our sweet potato before I went over to her house. She cooked special sushi rice and added a bit of kosher salt and sugar, giving it a slightly salty, very sticky consistency.
The first step was to dip our hands in a pot of warm water (because the rice is very sticky and the water acted as flour does for dough), and then take a large handful of rice and press it down on the seaweed paper.
The next step was to flip the paper over (I like the rice on the outside of the roll, but if you prefer it inside then you can skip this step), and add all the ingredients.
The next step was rolling!