Erin Briley Recipe

Baked Sushi

By Erin Briley psybri


I'm always requested to bring this dish to parties. It's one of the first to go.


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Prep Time:
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Cooking Method:
Bake

Ingredients

3 c
cooked (calrose) rice
1 c
mayonnaise
1 c
cream cheese
1 pkg
imitation crab legs (about 10 sticks), chopped fine
1 pkg
shitake mushrooms (about 10), soaked, drained, and chopped fine
1 bottle
furikake seasoning
4 pkg
korean style seasoned seaweed
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Combine mayonnaise, cream cheese, crab, and mushrooms and mix well.
2
Press rice into a 9x13" pan.
3
Generously sprinkle furikake over the rice.
4
Spread crab mixture over the rice and furikake.
5
Broil about 10 minutes, or until golden brown
6
Serve hot, allowing individuals to scoop the rice and mixture onto individual pieces of the seaweed.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Seafood Appetizers
Main Ingredient: Rice/Grains
Regional Style: Asian
Dietary Needs: Gluten Free
  • Comments

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    Heather McCoy Heather_Mccoy - Jul 3, 2011
    This sounds really good. I can't wait to try it.. Now I want sushi!
  • user
    Erin Briley psybri - Jul 3, 2011
    It IS really good. I like to grind up the crab and mushrooms in a food processor. I think the flavors blend better that way. Hope you get to try it soon. :)
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    Shirley Makekau tutuwoman - Jul 3, 2011
    Hi Erin,
    Was trying to catch up on the posts of recipes and spotted yours! Hey I was a Makawao woman too! Maui is my husbands island home so may I welcome you and your recipes to JAP if no one has done so yet.
    I have never tried this type sushi before but will give it a go but i a much small portion as its just me and hubby and if he gives it a high 5 I will add it to the holiday table for our kids and grandkids to taste... Thanks!
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    Erin Briley psybri - Jul 4, 2011
    Hi Shirley,
    That's pretty wild. :) You'll have to make this for your family & let me know what you think. The korean flavored nori is a must. Enjoy.
    Erin
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    belinda poole kay123 - Sep 26, 2012
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