Make sushi night a breeze with these deconstructed sushi bowl recipes!
Spicy tuna, California, or dynamite, you can turn your favorite roll into a bowl.
Sushi bowls are the best. They’re tasty, nutritious, and there’s no rolling required.
It doesn’t matter if you’re vegan, vegetarian, or pescatarian. You can customize your bowl however you like. Load up on tuna, pile on the tofu, or opt for chicken. You can use just about any protein.
With endless variations, sushi bowls allow you to get creative with sushi-making at home.
So forget the sushi mat. All you need is a giant bowl!
If you think sushi has to feature fish, think again! These bowls turn vegan sushi into a plant-based feast.
Scoops of sushi rice get topped with teriyaki tofu, pickled cabbage, edamame, and nori. Drizzle as much wasabi mayo on top as you like. It’s made from veganaise, so you won’t find any dairy here.
I like to customize mine by adding pickled ginger and avocado. Yum!
These bowls are like an amplified deconstructed California roll.
You get the standards of crab meat, avocado, cucumber, nori, and rice. But there’s also get pickled ginger, carrots, and spicy Sriracha mayo on top.
With all that happening, it’s far easier to make it as a bowl than a roll. It yields five servings so you can feed your family, too.
Are crunchy rolls your favorite? Just wait until you try these bowls!
Each one gets packed to the brim with sushi rice, shrimp, avocado, and cucumber. Fried onions conceal it all on top.
You know what you need now, don’t you? Spicy Sriracha mayo sauce!
Are you longing for sushi, but don’t feel like all the hassle? These 10-minute bowls are the perfect solution.
They let you effortlessly satisfy your cravings. The secret is using leftover rice and cooked imitation crab.
Plop a big spoonful of rice into a bowl. Then, top it with crab, avocado, and cucumber. Add crushed nori sheets and top with the four-ingredient spicy sauce. Now, it’s time to eat!
As much as I love raw fish, these salmon bowls are equally delicious!
The salmon soaks in a garlicky and gingery umami bath. Then, it’s pan-seared until crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside.
Once the sushi rice is ready, build your bowls. Green onion, sesame seeds, seaweed, and avocado are just some ideas.
Eating a vegetarian diet doesn’t mean you have to give up sushi. Just take it from these vegetarian sushi bowls.
They come with all sorts of fresh offerings like carrots, cucumber, and edamame. Use white rice if you like, or opt for brown rice to make them healthier.
If you’re not keen on spicy mayo, mix up the sushi sauce. Japanese sesame sauce, ponzu, or teriyaki would all go nicely with these bowls.
Raw fish isn’t for everyone. But these chicken teriyaki sushi bowls sure are!
In just 20 minutes, you can have these bowls ready on the table. They’re savory, fresh, wholesome, and satiating.
The teriyaki chicken is undoubtedly the star. But it’s the seasoned brown rice and add-ins that pull it all together.
For the vegan version, swap out the chicken for tofu or tempeh.
There’s no way around it, sushi is pricey. Luckily, these bowls are budget-friendly.
They come with imitation crab, cucumber, avocado, carrots, nori, and sesame seeds. Make substitutions as necessary, and load up on the rice.
Speaking of rice, the preparation is different from regular white rice. You want to season sushi rice with vinegar, sugar, and salt. Also, it’s best to use a short-grain variety.
Not to play favorites or anything, but I choose poke bowls every time. Give these a try and you’ll see why.
They have thin slices of tuna and salmon! The rest of the ingredients are just a bonus.
When selecting fish, be sure it’s sushi-grade sashimi. It’s more expensive, but you want the best quality when eating raw fish.
These dragon rolls taste like a tropical paradise!
Shrimp, mango, avocado, and cucumber are dragon roll standards. But this one skips the tempura for fresh shrimp instead.
You can either cook the shrimp or buy it pre-cooked. Either way, be sure it’s chilled before building the bowls.
And don’t forget the unagi (eel) sauce!
Just the thought of ahi causes my mouth to water. Add it to this bowl and I’m beyond sold.
Those fresh meaty chunks of tuna are so tantalizing, especially when paired with cucumber, avocado, and a special sauce.
You can customize these bowls however you like. Just don’t mess with the ahi!
Meatless Monday or hectic Wednesday, these dynamite bowls are great any night of the week. They only take 25 minutes. Plus, they’re healthy and completely plant-based.
Dynamite rolls typically come with shellfish. These, however, are all about the marinated tofu. Combine it with fresh veggies, pickled ginger, and sushi rice for a yummy bowl.
Don’t you just love food that loves you back? I sure do!
Vegan avocado lovers, this one is especially for you.
Rather than using it as an add-on, avocado is the main event. Each bowl has a whole avocado front and center!
Complete the meal with sushi rice, nori, and spicy mayo. Sure, it’s simple. But it’s all about the avocado.
Every time I order sushi, I have to get spicy tuna. Those rolls are my jam!
Unfortunately, all that pricey takeout adds up, which is why I love these rolls.
They turn canned tuna into a delectable deconstructed sushi bowl. And it couldn’t get any easier. You make the sauce, season the tuna, and then assemble it.
That’s way simpler than busting out the sushi mat. It’s also more affordable.
Once you try this bowl, you’ll want nothing else. It’s seriously crave-worthy!
The fresh chunks of raw fatty salmon are great as is. Coat them in the spicy sauce and they’re on another level.
Pile it on top of a bed of white rice. Then, add your extras like edamame, avocado, and sesame seeds.
I’m not one to give up ahi poke. But when you’re trying to eat plant-based, this is a great substitution.
The umami sauce, dulse flakes, and Sriracha mayo make chickpeas taste like sushi. Scallions, avocado, sesame seeds, and rice complete the bowl.
These low-carb bowls are perfect for the keto diet. Even if you’re not trying to eat fewer carbs, there’s still plenty to like.
Cauliflower rice replaces sushi rice. Meanwhile, all the toppings are everything you could want in a roll. There’s lump crab meat, fresh veggies, crunchy nori, and even spicy mayo.
These bowls are making me hungry!
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