Have you ever made sushi at home and felt tempted to fill it with something random from your kitchen? Well, why not follow that impulse and do some fun sushi experiments? These three rolls actually work way better than you’d expect.
Bacon and Egg Sushi
Okay, we’ll start with a banger. Breakfast sushi. Crisp up some bacon and make a tamago, or a Japanese folded egg omelet (they’re already common in sushi!). Roll them both up in your rice and seaweed, optionally sprinkling with some cheddar cheese on top.
Now for a lunch roll: hamburger sushi, which is comprised of cooked hamburger meat, lettuce, and tomato rolled up in sushi. Drizzle some ketchup and mustard over top. It might look weird but it’s really dang delicious.
And we’ll finish it off with a dessert sushi. That’s right, who said sushi can’t be sweet? It’s as easy as rolling up marshmallows (or a layer of marshmallow fluff) with crushed graham crackers and drizzling chocolate syrup over top. (Pro tip: skip the seaweed.)