The Place for the Healthy Foodie and Hurried Chef
So I am on an Asian streak this week, and I started my Monday with these delicious Sushi Stacks from Skinnytaste.com (original recipe is here). I wanted to do something new and fresh this week, and I had to try these!
They are super clean and healthy, and I am sure that you could enjoy them whether you are vegan, vegetarian, or just a regular omnivore/carnivore like me. They are also the EASIEST things to make EVER. Seriously, the hardest part of making these is cooking your rice.
I used my regular sushi choices for inspiration and ideas, and decided to make stacks layered with cucumber, avocado, mango, cooked salmon, and brown rice topped with sesame seeds and soy sauce. In Mexico, sushi restaurants have adjusted their recipes to suit the Mexican palate, and many times you will find spicy, delicious soy sauce infused with chiles serranos. My husband and I refuse to eat our sushi without the chiles toridos <3.
I didn’t have time to make the spicy mayo, but I will for the next round of sushi stacks. I will also consider adding a light cream cheese, or using crab meat or shrimp for the protein. Also, we like our sushi a little spicy in Mexico, so I will have to figure out how to incorporate some chiles in here!
Below you will find the ingredients and instructions:
Seriously, so easy, healthy, yummy and fresh. Run to your kitchen and make them RIGHT NOW!
Enjoy! Or…. O shokuji o o tanoshimi kudasai!