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Healthy and instagram-worthy Japanese goodness. These fun and playful sushi doughnuts are not only beautiful on any of your social media posts, but easy to make, and a chance to show off your creativity. Use any veggies you want such as cucumber or avocado, and have a "dough" at these sushi doughtnuts.
seasoned and cooked sushi rice
wasabi and soy sauce to serve
thinly sliced vegetables or pickles of your choosing, we suggest avocado, cucumbers, pickled ginger, chives.
How To Prepare
First, prepare your sushi rice according to your preferred method. Feel free to use our recipe if you don't have one.
Next, prepare your vegetables and pickles, and other toppings. We suggest you slice any toppings into thin slices using a mandolin or grater if possible to make eating in bites easier.
Prepare a doughnut mould with a little oil, or just use your hands to shape if not available.
Place some sushi rice into the mould, and fill and press down until level with the top of the mould. Fill the other holes if using a multi-holed mould. Empty the moulds when finished.
Top your doughnuts with your desired toppings, and be as artistic as you want. Half the fun of the sushi doughnut is how it looks. You can alternate slices of toppings, or you can keep them together in different parts around the doughnut.
Serve with soy sauce and wasabi as desired.
Tips and Information
If moulding by hand, you may wish to wet your hands a little to prevent rice sticking to your hands. Make a ball of sushi, and press a hole into the middle to make the doughnut shape.