A sushi bowl is the perfect “sushi” meal for
us lazy folk (me!) who hasn’t grasped the concept of making actual sushi. I’ve tried once or twice and it was tasty, but the presentation was somewhat lacking. Who am I kidding? It lacked completely 😉 I don’t know how the professionals do it … but I’ll leave all that good stuff for them. I, on the other hand, will enjoy it nestled in a bowl 🙂
This particular one is a California Roll (with added carrots!) I typically don’t have fresh sushi grade tuna or salmon in my fridge. Imitation crab is more convenient. However, feel free to make your favorite sushi roll into the perfect portioned meal in a bowl.
sushi bowl: (as pictured)
Serving Size: 1 bowl
Points Per Serving: 9pp
1C brown rice, cooked
1.5t lite soy sauce (low sodium)
1.5t rice vinegar
1/4t toasted sesame oil
1/2C (85g) imitation crab
1/4 avocado, diced
sesame seeds (optional)
- In a teeny tiny bowl, combine soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sesame oil.
- Add sauce to rice and mix well.
- Place rice in a bowl and top with avocado, crab, carrots and celery (or desired toppings).
- Lastly, sprinkle on sesame seeds and a touch of wasabi to clear those sinuses!! 🙂
Don’t be fooled by the chop sticks. I may have ate one piece of crab before tossing them to the side and grabbing a fork … then a spoon 😉