This food trend keeps on making waves on social media, taking home cooks and foodies by storm!
The community quarantine has totally brought a lot of food innovations into spotlight. After the Dalgona coffee craze comes sushi bake or baked sushi – a deconstructed sushi roll served in tins.
It's got all the elements of a typical maki: sushi rice (Japanese rice mixed with Japanese vinegar), nori (seaweed), and choice of toppings such as kani (crabstick), tobiko (fish roe), salmon, and Japanese mayonnaise – all served atop one another on a tray.
What’s great about food trends is that it opened doors for small home businesses during these trying times. Some created their own versions and put different spins to it, giving us more options to try. Check out these sushi bake online shops and see for yourself what the hype is all about!
From the name itself aburi which means “flame seared”, Aburi Mama serves torched sushi bake. Try their Baked Cheesy Salmon Kani Aburi Rice today!
To order, contact Aburi Mama on Viber at 0917-816-0915 for faster transaction.
You may also reach Aburi Mama through their Facebook page.
Baked Momsh is located in Pinagbuhatan, Pasig City, offering sushi bake in three delectable flavors: Baked Kani Roll, Cheesy Baked Kani Salmon, and Uni Kani Roll.
To order, you may contact Baked Momsh at 0917-821-8799.
For more details, visit Baked Momsh's Facebook page.
For foodies in the south, Bakedsushi.ph is located in Emapalico Homes, Las Piñas City. You may choose from their Baked California Maki, Baked Spicy Tuna Sushi, and Baked Kani Sushi in large, medium, and small trays.
To order, you may contact Bakedsushi.ph at 0916-615-7257.
For more details, visit Bakedsushi.ph's Facebook page.
If you love scallops, then this Cheesy Baked Kani Scallop Aburi from Casseroles MNL is a must try! They also offer Baked Kani Mango if you prefer the deconstructed California maki.
Casseroles MNL is located in Brgy. Lourdes, Quezon City. To order, contact them at 0977-771-9524.
For more information, visit Casseroles MNL's Facebook page.
Taste & Tell is located in Makati with three exciting sushi bake flavors to choose from: Kani Aburi, Scallop x Salmon Aburi, and Umami Unagi.
You may contact Taste & Tell at 0909-982-7426.
For more details, visit Taste & Tell's Facebook page.
The Sushi Bake has two items: Sushi Mini (good for 2-3 persons at PHP700) and Sushi Party (good for 4-6 persons at PHP1,400).
You may contact The Sushi Bake at 0919-085-7706.
For more information, visit The Sushi Bake's Facebook page.
BONUS! If you're living outside the metro, you may order from these bake sushi stores:
Aside from Kani Baked Sushi, The Baked Sushi Project came up with Bacon Baked Sushi for bacon lovers! They're located in Brgy. San Isidro in Cainta, Rizal but they still accept orders from Mandaluyong City and other nearby areas.
You may contact The Baked Sushi Project at 0995-451-1387.
For more details, visit The Baked Sushi Project's Facebook page.
If you can't decide on which to get from Sushi Bake MNL's Pure Kani or Pure Kani & Mango, you may enjoy two flavors in one tray! They're located along Marcos Highway in Lower Antipolo.
For more details, visit Sushi Bake MNL's Facebook page.
Have a taste of South Sushi Bake's Tuna Sushi Bake in small or large tray. They're located in Biñan, Laguna.
For more details, visit South Sushi Bake's Facebook page.
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Cover images grabbed from The Sushi Bake (left) and Taste & Tell (right).