Easy Sushi Bake Recipe
If you are looking for easy sushi recipes for beginners, you need not look further. While this easy sushi bake recipe is not exactly prepared in the same way that traditional Japanese sushi is, you can easily enjoy the umami flavors that traditional Japanese sushi offers with a fraction of the effort required to make them!
Baked sushi are deconstructed versions of the original Japanese rolled sushi. I made my own version of it in this easy sushi bake recipe. At first glance, you might think it's a very complicated dish to prepare, but I've made each step as simple and easy to do so many people can make it, too.
Aside from the novelty of the baked sushi, there are many things that make it such a great dish. One of the biggest draws is its serving size; haven't you ever wanted to just keep popping bites of sushi? Well, now you can! Simply put a scoop of the sushi bake on nori wrapper and enjoy.
Since baked sushi are, well, baked, it caters to those who normally do not eat raw ingredients. Some people don't enjoy or can't eat raw seafood, so baked sushi is a great way to let them enjoy sushi without compromising their preferences or diet restrictions. Aside from this, while the sushi bake recipe below features salmon and kani, you can easily substitute the toppings as you like.
You can use other seafood, beef or other meats, or even spam! The creamy toppings are umami-filled but neutral enough to pair well with different toppings. Feel free to come up with your own version depending on your taste buds!
While this baked sushi recipe yields enough for sharing with family and friends, we won't tell (or judge) if you have it all to yourself!