Japanese food has always been a Filipino favourite, but with restaurants closed during lockdown, people have been finding it difficult to get their sushi fix. Enter: sushi bake (or baked sushi, whichever you prefer). This new food trend has only recently emerged online, but it's already a big hit. Home cooks and restaurant chefs alike have crafted, concocted, and perfected their own versions and are ready to serve you. Here's where you can find them!
Everyone's favourite sushi joint has come up with their own version of the sushi bake tray — they call it: oiishi trays. They come in a variety of flavours including aburi oiishi (salmon, tamago, ebiko, aburi sauce) and kani (kani, crunchy tempura flakes, ebiko, teriyaki mayo), plus spicy variants of each. Try each mouthwatering recipe when you buy a pan that's good for 2-4 people.