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Sushi has been the hottest trend in food for over a decade now. But for some, it still hasn’t caught on because, well, the thought of eating raw fish is just too gross. Be that as it may, sushi is still a pretty cool food invention because of the way it wraps up food into bite-sized rolls. So if you like the idea of sushi, but not the raw fish, here’s some alternate sushi dishes that you’ll absolutely love, and can’t wait to make for yourself.
Cheese And Egg Sushi
If you like cheese, eggs, bacon – essentially your morning omelet, then try this omelet sushi. Chopsticks required.
Big Mac Sushi
Want to be a little more sophisticated with that late-night McD’s run? Take that Big Mac and roll it into bite-sized sushi bites. It’ll make an already guilty pleasure all the more enjoyable.
There’s no dinner that more of an undertaking than a Thanksgiving dinner. The baking of the turkey, the mashed potatoes, the cranberry sauce and veggies – not to mention the presentation. Forget all that. For your next turkey dinner, just take all those delicious ingredients and roll‘em up into the most delectable little sushi rolls. No wasabi necessary.
Ever have your fruit with rice? No? Please, the Chinese do it all the time and it tastes amazing. Try some today with these sweet little fruit sushi rolls.
When you’re in college, your diet consists of ramen, ramen, and more ramen. There’s no need to change anything here but the presentation. Just take those $2 noodles and roll them up for a change. Your roomie will appreciate it.
What do we have here, melons and cantaloupe wrapped in prosciutto cheese and bacon? We do! It’s a European staple, now, served Asian style.
Sometimes sushi is all about the presentation, not the ingredients. Here we only have two: rice and seaweed – made into the cutest little panda bears.
Got one of those Jaws shark plates? If so, lucky you. They’re cool as hell, and perfect for serving sushi of your own making, on.
So it’s your birthday. Why get that regular old boring cake? Roll it up and make a sushi cake instead, with a side of mocha-rum dipping sauce in place of the usual soy sauce.
Peanut butter and jam sandwiches. The world’s first sandwich. Bring something new to the old by rolling up that favorite into little PB&J sushi rolls.