Japanese foods have been a huge hit in the Philippines as they have successfully captured the hearts and tastes of all Filipinos. From different dishes such as Ramen, Udon, Tempura, Takoyaki, and Tonkatsu, it’s no doubt that Japanese cuisine is already conquering a large part of the food culture here in the country. Well, it’s really not a surprise because Japanese foods have a unique and delicious taste that can really make us drool every time we crave them. Moreover, it also helps us to eat more seafood and vegetables because their specialty dishes make use of these ingredients perfectly.
One of the all-time favorite Japanese dishes of Filipinos is Sushi. These fresh fish delicacies have long been a blockbuster in the country because of their fresh and authentic Japanese flavors. More and more Sushi flavors have also been introduced to the food culture throughout the years and we’ve all loved them. Today, a new rendition of the well-loved Sushi has been making rounds online and almost every netizen in the social media world already had a taste!
I’m talking about the irresistibly delicious Baked Sushi. The new flavor and texture that this dish introduced to sushi really made a lot of fans because frankly, it really is so good. Well, today is our lucky day because Panlasang Pinoy Recipes will teach us how to make their very own Non-Oven-Baked Sushi Recipe! Are you ready? Let’s do it!
Non-Oven-Baked Sushi Recipe
Let’s begin! All of the ingredients we’ll be using are easily available in nearby grocery stores and local markets, so all you need to do is sit back, relax, and learn a new blockbuster recipe that we’ll surely impress your family and friends. The cooking and preparation procedures are also beginner-friendly so don’t be afraid to try!
To start, the ingredients we’ll need are Cooked Japanese Rice, Apple Cider Vinegar, Sugar, Eggs, Crabsticks, Potato Chips, Cheese, Hot Sauce, Mayonnaise, Salt, Pepper, Water, Oil, and of course, Nori or Seaweed Wrappers. These wrappers are very important because they represent the unique identity of Sushi and Maki delicacies.
So, shall we begin? Alright, let’s start by making a simple scrambled egg. Just beat the eggs, season it with salt and pepper, and then proceed to cook it nicely in a heated pan with oil. After that, we should now prepare the sauce. In a clean bowl, combine the shredded crab sticks, grated cheese, and mayonnaise. You can also add some hot sauce and crushed potato chips to it for additional flavor! In another bowl, mix the cooked Japanese rice together with sugar and vinegar. Lastly, combine the crushed potato chips and shredded nori wrapper in a separate container. These will provide an additional layer of texture to our Sushi.
Now it’s all complete! We have our scrambled egg, crab sticks sauce, Japanese rice, and crushed potato chips with shredded nori. Once we’ve prepared all of these, it’s now time to combine all of them for the final product. Place a wax paper on a round pan and carefully mold the rice mixture into shape. Add the scrambled egg, crab sticks sauce, grated cheese, mayonnaise, and some crushed potato chips. Simply preheat the pan for 10 minutes and pan-bake the mixture for about 25 minutes.
And voila! There’s our Non-Oven-Baked Sushi Recipe. To serve, simply get a spoonful of the baked sushi and wrap it with a nori wrapper. Yum! It’s perfect for parties, sleepovers, game nights, and almost every fun gathering. Just pair it with some ice-cold beer and you’re good to go!
See? Very easy, right? The ingredients can easily be gathered and the procedures are beginner-friendly. Plus, you don’t have to bake it, which is a long and tiring process to follow. That’s why baked sushi is a perfect snack choice anytime and anywhere! The recipe also allows you to become more creative because you can always add extra ingredients such as bacon, ham, vegetables, and so much more.
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- 500 grams Japanese Rice Cooked
- 1 pack Nori Sheets/Seaweed Wrapper
- 2 tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar or any vinegar
- 2 tbsp sugar
- 4 eggs beaten
- 1 tsp. Salt
- 1/2 tsp. Pepper
- 10-15 cps. Crabstick
- 1/4 cup Mayonnaise
- 1 tbsp. Hot Sauce
- Any kind of potato chips.
- 1/2 cup grated cheese
- Water for Cooking of rice
- Oil for scrambled egg
- Beat the egg with salt and pepper.
- Heat the pan with oil and scramble the beaten egg. Let it cool
- Shredded the crab stick and mix with mayonnaise and grated cheese.
- In a clean bowl mix cooked rice, sugar and vinegar. Set aside
- Crush the potato chips in a bowl with shredded nori wrapper.
- Add the hot sauce and some crushed potato chips into crab stick mixture.
- In a round pan with wax paper mold the rice mixture, add the scrambled egg, add the crab stick mixture, top with grated cheese, mayonnaise and crush potato chips.
- Preheat the pan with a wire stand for 10 minutes and bake the sushi in a round pan for 25 minutes.
- To serve, take a spoon of baked sushi and wrap with nori wrapper. Enjoy.