A lot of online food businesses today offer their specialized sushi bake, posting tempting pictures of it. The good news is you don’t have to torture yourself with those appealing visuals anymore because the recipe for sushi bake is here and it’s easy!
Trending Recipe Sushi Bake
Sushi Bake is one of those foods that tops along the trend while we are all under strict home quarantine. Surprisingly, this Japanese-inspired casserole is already a trend 5 years ago. The difference of sushi bake compared to a regular Japanese sushi is that, it is ‘deconstructed’. Also, sushi bake is a lot easier to make but the ingredients are very close to being similar.
It’s a good thing that sushi bakes don’t require bamboo rolling mat unlike the regular sushi, and that saves us from a lot of hassle. Instead, eating a sushi bake comes with a nori sheet in which you can wrap the sushi bake. Now that we have plenty of time to experiment in our kitchen more than ever before, we only need to have the will power to do any recipe.
How to Make Sushi Bake
To make a sushi bake at home, you should have the ingredients that you might want to take extra time on finding in stores or market places that offer Japanese seasonings. When all is complete, you can start making a sushi bake right away.
Begin with mixing the rice vinegar, salt, and sugar in a small bowl. Fluff the Japanese rice then combine the rice vinegar mixture with it. Spread it into a wide casserole pan then set it aside. Start shredding the kani and add the creams and mayo. Arrange this kani mixture on top of the flat rice and you can now start sprinkling the seasonings.
Easy Sushi Bake
2 tbsp of rice vinegar
1 tsp sugar
1/2 tsp salt
2 cups of cooked or Japanese rice
12 pcs of kani
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup Japanese Mayo
2 tbsp furikake
(optional) shichimi or chili pepper
- In a small bowl, combine the rice vinegar, sugar, and salt. Mix well until combined, then set it aside.
- Start fluffing Japanese rice, or if not available, you can use just plain rice. Pour into it the sushi vinegar mixture that was prepared earlier. Place and spread on a wide pan then set aside.
- In a separate container, carefully shred the kani into silky pieces. Next, add sour cream and Japanese mayo. Stir well until all the ingredients are combined.
- To assemble the sushi cake, get the flattened rice and begin to spread the kani mixture evenly on top. Then, sprinkle the furikake on top all over the cake. You can opt to season it more with spices such as shichimi or chilli pepper.
- Bake in a 450°F or 230°C preheated oven for 12-15 mins or until the surface browns. Top with spring onion to add up more flavor.
- Enjoy eating this easy-made sushi bake with your preferred brand of nori!