How to Make Sushi Bake (the PayMaya Way)
The lockdown has given everybody an opportunity to find a new hobby or past time and one of these past times come in the form of baking and food preparation. If you check social media sites like Facebook and Instagram you’ll notice that a lot of your friends have already showed off their cooking skills as well as their finished product. It’s not too late for you. Today we’ll be making sushi bake with a special help from my payment buddy, PayMaya.
How to Make Sushi Bake – Ingredients
- 1 1/2 cups Japanese rice
- 8 oz cream cheese
- 1/2 cup rice vinegar
- 1/2 cup Japanese mayonnaise
- Korean nori sheets
- Crab sticks or imitation crabs
- Salmon (baked and unseasoned)
- Ebiko eggs or Tobiko eggs
- Sriracha sauce
- Seaweed nori flakes rice toppings
You can order these online and have it delivered to your doorstep because we’re still under community quarantine and it’s still so easy to get infected by the virus by going out. For me, it’s better to order and pay for these online because it reduces the risk of getting infected by cash handling. We’ll get to that later.
How to Make Sushi Bake – Instructions
– Cook the Japanese rice. The traditional saing complete with using your finger to measure the water.
– Preheat the over to 350 degrees while waiting for the rice to cook so when its done, you can fire it up already.
– Chop up/ shred up the crab sticks and the salmon.
– Mix the chopped up seafood with the cream cheese, the Sriracha sauce and the Japanese mayonnaise aka Kewpie.
– Pour the rice vinegar into the cooked rice when its done. Don’t forget to toss them together.
– Spread and press the rice mixture onto the casserole.
– At this point, sprinkle the furikake on top.
– Put in the crab and salmon mixture on top of the rice. You can also add in the optional ingredients such as the tobiko eggs and the nori flakes.
– When your ready, put the rice mixture in the oven and bake it for 5 to 10 minutes or until you can see that the top layer has become brown.
So now that that’s out of the way, let’s go further into details on WHERE you can buy the ingredients. As mentioned earlier, we are still in community quarantine so it may be difficult to get the materials you need. Luckily there are a number of resources you can order from and you can use your PayMaya virtual or physical card to pay them. These stores are Lazada (www.lazada.com.ph), Landers (www.landers.ph), Metromart (www.metromart.com), MyKuya (www.mykuya.com), Fresh Produce (www.freshproduce.com.ph) and Online Palengke (www.onlinepalengke.com).
To use your PayMaya for your online orders, all you have to do is follow these easy steps:
- After adding items to your cart, proceed to the checkout page.
- Choose credit card as the payment option.
- Open your PayMaya app and tap ‘My Cards’
- Choose Online Payment card number
- Input your card details on the website and cofirm your payment
- You will receive an SMS from PayMaya, confirming your transaction
It’s so easy and with a little practice, I’m pretty sure you’ll be able to pass along the knowledge on how to make Sushi Bake the PayMaya way! Download the PayMaya app today on Google Play Store or Apple App Store and experience a cashless and convenient life! Basta groceries, don’t pay cash. PayMaya!