Rainbow Sushi Donuts

Raise your hand if you’re a sushi lover but don’t like real sushi, you know, the fishy kind… my hand’s up. So then naturally you head straight for that California Roll, which then after a while can get a little underwhelming, amiright?! So today, I bring you a fresh new take on sushi, without the fish, loaded with color, and in the shape of a donut! Most of us know we should be eating the rainbow to get a variety of vitamins and minerals, but it might be hard to get them all in one meal. That’s one of many reasons why I love this recipe. You’ll notice the range of colors in this dish, and not to mention, you’ll notice how simple it is to create. Did I mention they are in the shape of a donut?! What a better way to make eating healthy fun! Kiddos will love these, and you might just be able to trick them into trying a new veggie or two while you’re at it. That sounds like a win-win, donut?!

Rainbow Sushi Donuts

Course: Main Course, Side Dish, Snack
Servings: 6 donuts
Prep time: 15 min
Cook time: 10 min
Total time: 25 min

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups Calrose rice
  • 2 cups water
  • mango
  • carrot
  • green onion
  • cucumber
  • purple cabbage
  • avocado
  • sesame seeds (regular, black or both)
  • radish
  • liquid aminos (for dunking)

Instructions

  1. Cook the rice according to package directions (boil the water then add the rice), stirring occassionally

  2. While the rice is still warm (but not too hot), press the rice into a donut pan all the way to the top

  3. Cut your veggies while the donuts cool a bit

  4. Carefully remove the rice donuts from the pan, top with veggies + sesame seeds and serve with liquid aminos or tamari soy sauce

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