Sushi Bake, one of the famous dish during the pandemic. It is an innovative version from the original Japanese rolled sushi. I am always been a fan of Japanese dishes and sushi is one of my favorite treats but I find it difficult to do the rolling. With this sushi bake, the baking method seems more friendly.
It is still on hype nowadays and I thought I’d share our version 🙂
How to make?
- Prepare a pan for baking, and spread the following layers evenly, lightly press down:
- Sushi Rice
– we don’t have Japanese variety of rice so we used Ganador or Jasmine rice instead. Once cooked, we mixed it with rice vinegar, mined onions, salt and sugar.
– this is a seasoning that contains bonito flakes, seaweeds, sesame seeds, sugar, salt, and MSG
uses to mix with cooked rice or sprinkle it on top.
- Kani mixture
– Kani is a flavored imitation crab meat. We steamed it prior and once cool down, we mixed it with Japanese mayo. We added steamed hotdogs to the mixture too.
- Scrambled eggs
– next layer is the scrambled eggs, we used sesame oil to add flavor.
2. Place the pan in the preheated oven and bake for 10-15 minutes.
3. Remove from oven and place diced mangoes and cucumber to complete the dish.
You have the option to topped with avocado or more mayonnaise or furikake, that’s the beauty of this dish, there are plenty of variations to choose from. Enjoy.
Gone in minutes after serving. The family love it. 🙂