Shrimp Stacked Sushi Recipe With Mango Salsa

Stacked Sushi is the latest Big Idea in food service. If you’re not familiar with the stack food way of plating, think nesting dolls. Remember how the inside of each doll was hollow and opened to divulge a smaller doll, which held a smaller doll, which…

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Vertical stacks of food are visually appealing and add a touch of flair to any meal. Watch friends and family get sparkles in their eyes. Like little girls opening nesting dolls.

True, food stacks aren’t in packages that reveal one surprise after another. No matter. From crunchy sesame seeds, crispy wonton, creamy avocado and spicy Siracha to zesty mango salsa, each ingredient tantalizes taste buds with its own special sublime-ness.

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Focusing on the big picture of Spicy Shrimp Stacks with Mango Salsa may intimidate you. Here’s a bit of reassurance: Go-For-It! Basically, it’s a matter of doing the familiar – boiling (rice), chopping, spreading, stirring, mixing, layering, stacking and drizzling. So, how difficult can that be?

Stacked sushi

Let’s talk about stacking. Ultimately, stacking turns a boring presentation into food art. Owning a set of stacking cylinders isn’t vital, but they will make the process trouble-free. In the beginning, you can compose layers in a ramekin or a one-cup measuring cup.

Tips

Preparing fresh shrimp is tiresome. Better to buy shrimp that is already peeled, deveined and pre-cooked.

Spray a thin layer of sesame, coconut or olive oil on bottom and sides of cylinder or bowl to prevent ingredients from sticking.

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Change It Up

Consider the recipe for Spicy Shrimp Stacks with Mango Salsa your pattern for stack food. Once you’ve mastered this recipe, reimagine it using different ingredients. For example, how about changing the dry sticky rice ingredient to Quinoa, Basmati or Brown rice?

Experiment with different types of fish, such as crab or scallops.

Not a fan of rice grains? Just put cauliflower florets in the blender and grind until it’s a similar texture of rice. Cook in microwave about 2-3 minutes to soften.

Final Thought

Better watch out or before you can say alakazam, you’ll get hopelessly addicted to stack food.


Stacked Sushi With Mango Salsa

Stacked Sushi With Mango Salsa

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Category: Appetizer, Dinner
Cuisine: Japanese

Adapted from: thegirlonbloor This Shrimp Stacked Sushi is super easy to make than sushi rolls and adequately portioned. It is a great lunch option or a fun dinner idea.

Stacked Sushi With Mango Salsa

Ingredients

20 minutes
2
1049.16 kcal
  1. 15 shrimps
  2. 1 sheet of Seaweed (Nori)
  3. Wonton or tortilla strips
  4. Sesame seeds to garnish
    Sushi Rice Recipe:
  1. 1 cup dry sticky rice (cook according to package instruction)
  2. 1/2 tsp salt
  3. 2 tbsp rice wine vinegar
  4. 1 tbsp sugar
    Easy Guacamole:
  1. 1 avocado mashed
  2. 1-2 tsp lime juice
  3. 1 clove minced garlic
  4. 1/2 tsp sea salt
    Mango Salsa:
  1. 1/2 mango diced
  2. 1/4 cup red pepper diced
  3. 1/4 cup cucumber diced
  4. 1/4 cup red onion diced
  5. 1/4 cup cilantro chopped
  6. 1 tbsp lime juice
  7. 1/4 tsp salt
    Bang Bang Sauce:
  1. 1/2 cup mayo
  2. 2 tsp Sriracha
  3. 2 tsp sweet chili sauce
  4. 1/4 tsp salt

Instructions

Prep
20 minutes
Ready in
20 minutes
  1. Cook sticky rice for the time accorded on package directions.
  2. Mix the ingredients for Mango Salsa, Guacamole and the Bang Bang sauce. Set aside.
    Layer your Stacked Sushi:
  1. Using a mold circle, spoon in the sushi rice (I used 2 -3 tbsp). Press down hard to make the rice intact.
  2. Layer with strips of seaweed / nori, then add the shrimp and top with guacamole.
  3. Release the mold slowly to loosen the stacked making sure the mixture remains intact.
  4. Garnish with Mango salsa, wonton or Tortilla strips, then drizzle with the bang bang sauce. Sprinkle with sesame seeds (optional).
  5. Serve with lime and soy sauce.

Nutrition information

Calories per serving: 1049.16 kcal
Fat per serving: 60.69 g
Saturated fat per serving: 9.15 g
Carbs per serving: 111.54 g
Protein per serving: 16.19 g
Fiber per serving: 9.37 g
Sugar per serving: 21.18 g
Sodium per serving: 1126.84 mg
Trans fat per serving: 0.01 g
Cholesterol per serving: 79.22 mg
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32 thoughts on “Shrimp Stacked Sushi Recipe With Mango Salsa”

  1. Ankita Bardhan

    Wow this looks lip smacking! I am loving all the elements in this dish, pretty they will taste beautiful together. Will try this recipe this weekend 🙂
    xx

  2. It looks so beautiful– I wouldn’t be able to eat it. It looks delish as well. Something you would find at a fancy restaurant.

  3. I’m a sushi lover and this staked sushi makes me drools literally! ohh look at the bang bang sauce. I imagine this must be very fresh and full of flavour.

  4. I am a huge sushi fan, and have always been intimidated by making it. I had a friend of mine make it once and it turned out pretty well but it made me nervous. This looks marvelous. I think I will have to take a shot at making this.

  5. This looks so delicious. Sushi is something that my husband I eat every other week. Definitely trying this recipe . Thank you for sharing .

  6. oooohhh this looks nice! Im not rly into the usual sushi.. but I would like to try this.. since my bf is obsessed w/ Sushi

  7. I agree, stacked food really has a wow factor to it. This recipe looks and sounds delicious. I love sushi but have never tried making it myself, I should really have a go!

  8. This looks absolutely beautiful and delicious! You’ll need to share some of your food photography tips haha. Put this on my list of to-do recipes for future meal-planning.

  9. It’s recipes like these that really make me wish I wasn’t allergic to shellfish! It looks like the perfect summer meal!

  10. I don’t eat shrimp so I am going to substitute it with something else…I am in love with this mango salsa. It looks dee-liicous!

  11. Wow what an innovative idea to present sushi! As always I see sushi in cylindrical shape, this time I am seeing it as a stacked dish. Mango salsa is also a unique concept.. Looks yum.

  12. This sushi recipe looks so yummy and the pictures are making me hungry; now if only, I could get a vegetarian version for myself. Thanks for sharing it! 🙂

  13. wow, it looks tempting.. Though I am a vegan and love vegetarian sushi’s, I shall have to plan an alternate to shrimp!

  14. Wow what camera do you use? Your photos are stunning, I have to say that I really like the idea of a stacked sushi recipe and it is beautifully presented x

  15. I don’t eat shrimp but I could definitely swap that out for something else. This is a very well planned out blog and so easy to follow. Was a pleasure to read. Thank you.

  16. yummy!!! I love shrimps and I try to taste them as often as I can. Ilove your recipe and to be honest i have never tried them with Mango!

  17. What a delicious recipe! I’ve always wanted to make sushi but was afraid that it might be difficult to make, and it may not turn out good with me, but with your instructions on how to make it, you made it look so easy, thanks a lot for this recipe.. will definitely try it

  18. What an absolutely cool recipe. It looks so sharp and I am looking forward to making a dish in a cylinder now.

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