Sushi Bake. Sushi bake is a popular dish here in Hawai'i. It's simple and packs in all the amazing flavors of Japan. Hand making sushi rolls takes special skill to do, but this sushi bake recipe takes the hard work and time out of rolling each piece individually.
Add a spoonful of baked sushi on each seaweed, fold it into a roll and serve immediately. Sushi Bake is the latest gastronomic trend that gives you a deconstructed version of the original Japanese rolled Sushi. This delicious recipe also comes with my own method of making homemade Furikake. You can have Sushi Bake using 6 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Sushi Bake
- You need 2 pkg of imitation crab meat, shredded.
- You need 2 tbs of Japanese Mayonnaise (plus some for drizzling).
- You need 2 tsp of sriracha (or more if you want it spicier).
- You need To taste of Furikake.
- It’s 2.5 cups of sushi rice, cooked.
- You need As needed of Nori (for serving).
Baked Sushi or Sushi Bake is a unique Sushi recipe where sushi rice and toppings (of your choice) are placed in a tray and will be baked. It is way far from the traditional sushi cuisine but it is so good that everyone can enjoy this dish. It is perfect to roll up with nori seaweed and eat. People are always coming up with new ways to eat food.
Sushi Bake instructions
- Mix your shredded "crab meat" with Japanese mayo and Sriracha and set aside.
- Lightly spray a baking dish with nonstick spray. Press the the sushi rice firmly into the baking dish using your hands. (Lightly spray your hands to prevent rice to sticking to your hands).
- Shake desired amount of Furikake on top of the rice..
- Spread your crab meat evenly ontop of the rice, pressing down with the back of your spoon..
- Sprinkle more furikake on top of the crab meat mixture..
- Place in a 350⁰F oven for 10min.
- Once out of oven drizzle with sriracha and more Japanese mayo..
- Serve immediately with nori..
But this recent innovation, sushi bake, actually works. Sushi Bake is basically like a sushi casserole. The best part is the crispy top layer where all the flavors from the toppings come together. It's baked till everything is hot and the top is golden. Baked Sushi has been a trend lately so I thought of making one.