Erin's StoryI'm always requested to bring this dish to parties. It's one of the first to go.
cooked (calrose) rice
imitation crab legs (about 10 sticks), chopped fine
shitake mushrooms (about 10), soaked, drained, and chopped fine
korean style seasoned seaweed
1Combine mayonnaise, cream cheese, crab, and mushrooms and mix well.
2Press rice into a 9x13" pan.
3Generously sprinkle furikake over the rice.
4Spread crab mixture over the rice and furikake.
5Broil about 10 minutes, or until golden brown
6Serve hot, allowing individuals to scoop the rice and mixture onto individual pieces of the seaweed.
About this Recipe
Heather McCoy Heather_Mccoy - Jul 3, 2011
This sounds really good. I can't wait to try it.. Now I want sushi!
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. :)
Shirley Makekau tutuwoman - Jul 3, 2011
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!
Erin Briley psybri - Jul 4, 2011
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.