If there is one dish that I would eat non-stop, it would be the vegan sushi bake. This bubbly, hot dish is so delicious, creamy, and even a little spicy. It has all the flavors that you’d typically expect in a typical roll, but deconstructed and in a casserole form. It’s easy to make, just mix the toppings, prepare the rice, and broil it for a few minutes. This is the perfect dish for upcoming parties and gatherings.
Just think about it as some sort of deconstructed sushi or even a sushi casserole. Filled with the same elements that you would normally find in an American-style sushi roll. Yes, American-style, traditional Japanese sushi doesn’t contain any sort of mayonnaise, cream cheese, or imitation crab meat. Anyway, then you broil it in the oven, to get a little char on the top and to melt everything together. Sushi bake is an island favorite, I believe it started in Hawaii and eventually made its way to my home island of Guam. It’s such a rich and indulgent dish, that you’ll keep wanting more!
One of the best things about making this recipe is that it’s so quick and easy to make. This recipe will take you through the process of creating a delicious hot meal right in the comfort of your own home. Here are a few reasons why you’ll love this recipe:
It’s easy to make – The only thing that requires a bit of time is making the rice, but if you have a rice cooker at home, then this recipe will be a breeze.
Great meal prep – This recipe makes for four or more servings, so you can easily meal prep this for lunch or dinner!
Also great for parties – You can easily double up this recipe and make it for a party.
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