A craze worth trying! The hyped Baked Sushi: Lockdown Food Series. We gave in to the hype and tried out Sushi Bake. We gave in to the hype and tried out Sushi Bake. Then after a few days, my cousin sent us a homemade vegan sushi bake tray.
I'll tell you all about what you could enjoy even when you can only stay home, here on LOCKDOWN MUNCHIES. Actually, I already shared this with you during one of our episodes in Cooking. Mosaic Sushi Roll Evolution – Food Recipe. You can cook A craze worth trying! The hyped Baked Sushi: Lockdown Food Series using 12 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of A craze worth trying! The hyped Baked Sushi: Lockdown Food Series
- Prepare 2 cups of Japanese rice.
- Prepare 1/2 cup of cane vinegar.
- Prepare 1 tsp of salt.
- Prepare 3 tsp of sugar.
- Prepare of Korean dried lager sheets for homemade Furikake toppings and sushi wraps.
- You need 1/8 cup of toasted sesame seeds.
- Prepare 3 packets of left over bonito.
- You need 1 of mango diced into cubes.
- You need 1 of cucumber.
- You need of Kani crabmeat.
- It’s 1/4 cup of mayo.
- You need of Quickmelt cheese.
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A craze worth trying! The hyped Baked Sushi: Lockdown Food Series step by step
- Cook the rice first. Once cooked, set it aside and let it cool down..
- Make the homemade Furikake using bonito, dried laver and toasted sesame seeds..
- Mix the cane sugar, salt and sugar. You may add portions of sugar if you want it a little sweet. Pour it into the rice and mix well..
- Add the grated cheese on top of the rice and then add the kani, mango, cucumber. Lastly, add the Furikake on top then drizzle with mayo.
- Pop it in the oven for at least 10 minutes or until cheese melted. Serve with dried laver!.
Everyone seems to be posting about it on Instagram so I was curious if it's worth the hype. Sushi is not the easiest dish to make, and it doesn't help that this new 'Sushi Bake' trend is infiltrating all our social media pages during quarantine nonetheless. So if you don't exactly have the skills to whip up a pan of baked sushi, here are a couple places that can do just that and more for you. Where to satisfy your hankerings for sushi bake, sourdough, kimchi, and whatever else has been whetting the appetites of Filipinos staying at home. Food Optimising encourages you to fill up on 'Free Food', which you can eat without weighing.