Sushi donuts are a great dish to make to share – to make them easier to eat individually, you can cut out little squares of toasted nori and lay it on top. There’s really no other way about it – making and decorating a sushi donut is mostly just for fun, and because they’re beautiful. Use the stuffed rice donut as a canvas for any designs you can come up with!
Sushi Donuts with Spicy Vegan Shrimp
1 cup uncooked sushi rice
2 tbsp rice vinegar
1-2 sheets toasted nori
1 package May Wah vegan shrimp
⅓ cup vegan mayo
½ lime, juiced
2 tbsp sriracha
Toppings — sliced radish, avocado, cucumber, Cavi-Art vegan caviar, pickled ginger
Cook sushi rice, stir in vinegar, and let cool.
Boil vegan shrimp. Chop about ½ package into small pieces; set aside.
Clean and slice ½ avocado & ½ cucumber. Tear nori into small pieces. Prepare sauce by mixing vegan mayo, lime juice, and sriracha. Mix chopped shrimp, avocado, cucumber, nori pieces, and sauce.
Press a layer of cooled rice into silicone donut-shaped molds; press filling into this layer, and then press a final layer of rice on top to seal. Ensure that the filling is entirely surrounded by rice; let set in fridge, preferably overnight. Carefully remove from molds and add toppings to preference.