Are you looking for different food inspirations? Are you interested in new and innovative approaches to common dishes? Well, you will go crazy with this sushi bake recipe!
In other words, this sushi bake is a deconstructed California maki roll. It has the seafood goodness of regular sushi but also has an intensified savoriness from the baking process. A fun way of eating homemade sushi for an afternoon snack idea.
This sushi bake recipe is an excellent one-pot meal for the whole family. It is a casserole recipe that can be eaten the same way we eat tacos.
If you love heat, you can add sriracha or Japanese chili oil. Combining mayonnaise, rice wine vinegar, and sugar would be a substitute for a Japanese mayo. In addition, furikake or Japanese rice seasoning adds great umami flavor to this dish. Serving this with diced avocados would be an excellent idea!
Above all, the best thing about this recipe is you don’t need a sushi mat or perfect rolling technique for you to taste delicious Japanese food.
Pair this sushi casserole with white and rosé wines.
- Syrah Rosé
- Pinot Noir Rosé
- White Zinfandel
- Provencal Rosé
Looking for sushi rolls? Check this Easiest Recipe To Make Sushi Rolls