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The "Sushi" Dinner Anyone Can Make
Rolling your own sushi might be a stretch for many of us—but a sushi bowl? It's way easier than you'd think. This recipe from Gena Hamshaw's new book, Power Plates, keeps many of the flavors of sushi while omitting the raw fish. The key is the sauce, a sriracha mayonnaise, which pulls all the ingredients together (you simply whisk together mayo, rice vinegar, sriracha sauce, garlic and tamari). Steam some brown rice; spoon it into bowls; and top with cubed tofu; sliced cucumbers, carrots, cabbage, avocado and nori (seaweed sheets, which you can find in most supermarkets) and drizzle with the mayonnaise for a no-stress, Japanese-influenced supper.

Get the recipe: Sushi Bowls