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Dynamite Rice – Dynamite Sushi Roll Inspired Gratin – Food Wishes ctm magazine

If you like sushi, and especially enjoy the popular Dynamite Roll, you’re going to love this Dynamite Rice! Based on the some of the same ingredients, this delicious dish explodes with flavor, and is also one of the easiest methods ever to cook seafood. Enjoy!

For the fully formatted, printable, written recipe, follow this link: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/8380474/dynamite-rice/

To become a Member of Food Wishes, and read Chef John’s in-depth article about Dynamite Rice, follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRIZtPl9nb9RiXc9btSTQNw/join

You can also find more of Chef John’s content on Allrecipes: http://allrecipes.com/recipes/16791/everyday-cooking/special-collections/web-show-recipes/food-wishes/



  • Janet Classen on April 20, 2022

    I might taste this but never make it 😳

  • Scottie Blanton on April 20, 2022

    The JJWalker dynamite joke was clever. Kudos ChefJohn

  • joe koscielniak on April 20, 2022

    Yummy looking dish!
    It looks a little bit like the bang-bang shrimp of a certain seafood restaurant which just happens to be one of my favorite shrimp dishes.
    The rice takes an appetizer to a main course! Thank you for sharing this recipe.

  • Thekeyman1 on April 20, 2022

    I'm loving this! Thanks Chef John!!!

  • Wesley Burke on April 20, 2022

    Jimmy JJ Walker I'm sure he likes the dynamite roll

  • Paul McGrath on April 20, 2022

    "…reproductive gland of a sea urchin; I know, that does sound good!" Jesus, I just spit our my coffee from laughing so hard.

  • Jay on April 20, 2022

    Please make Bojangles Cajun filet biscuit

  • M C on April 20, 2022

    can I make it with uncooked chicken? i don't like sea food.

  • Talal Martha on April 20, 2022

    Very tasty and easy to do well done thanks

  • Major Old Lady aka, Mom on April 20, 2022

    Chef John… This is off topic, but on one of your recently posted vids, someone commented about a small kitchen and lack of food prepping counter space.

    I have a couple of ideas that may help?

    In small kitchens, there is usually a pull-out cutting board. Pull it out for additional kitchen counter space? – It is not just for prepping, slicing and dicing.

    It can also be used for hot foods pulled out of the oven, off the stove top, etc.

    Additionally? Pull out one of the top kitchen drawers. Place a towel over it (to mitigate any food items dropping below), then top that with a cutting board or to hold your mis en place.

    Hope this helps… and, as always, enjoy.

    Fantab recipe, btw. πŸ‘

  • Major Old Lady aka, Mom on April 20, 2022

    As they say in TAYAXIS…

    If it doesn't make you sweat, it ain't hot enough.

    Yes, I do have an ex from Texas… He lied to me when he proposed. That's why he's an ex. πŸ‘πŸ€£πŸ‘

  • Kelly Gilbert-Rios on April 20, 2022

    Fantastic video!!! 😎

  • David Pugliese on April 20, 2022

    Would I be correct in assuming that instead of adding the nori, bonito and sesame seeds a la carte, some furikake seasoning would work just as well?

  • SS4Xanatos on April 20, 2022

    I am seriously considering making this. Though I wonder if it would also work with basmati rice?

  • patty 8873 on April 20, 2022

    An Asian cucumber salad would be nice with it. Also, although veering too much away from a sushi roll. I always have steamed edamame when I order sushi, so I might add edamame beans to it.

  • SpasmicGamer on April 20, 2022

    I rolled my eyes so hard "As JJ Walker would say!….wait what was his catch phrase?"

  • Terri Dovey on April 20, 2022

    WoW!!πŸ’₯πŸ”₯Is there a more mild way to make theπŸ”₯sauce? I love seafood! πŸ’•β€οΈπŸ’•

  • S Baumgartner on April 20, 2022

    I'm sure it's amazing.

  • Armok: God of Blood on April 20, 2022

    I'd recommend adding some freshly cut, finely chopped cucumber at the end. Would add a bit of crunch and freshness to mellow out the heat of the sauce and give contrast to the soft texture of everything else.

  • Robert Kumaki on April 20, 2022

    Love your channel, but don't get this dish at all. If you had used unvinegared rice, you would have made what they call in Japan a doria or what Hawaiians call sushi dip. Never heard of vinegared rice being heated to that degree and eaten at that temperature.

  • Big Brad on April 20, 2022

    Do you think you could sub greek yogurt for mayonnaise or do half mayo, half GY?

  • Lucas Pickford on April 20, 2022

    Not one of your best ideas John.

  • Jane Paulkovich on April 20, 2022

    I thought it was inspired by Jimmie β€œJ.J.” Walker.

  • jack dorsey on April 20, 2022

    Kid Dynamite

  • Reema A on April 20, 2022

    This sounds delicious πŸ˜‹

  • Wise Old Man on April 20, 2022

    All of your recipes are AMAZING!

  • cormac fitzpatrick on April 20, 2022

    Disgusting recipe. 😣

  • R Rialb on April 20, 2022

    Looks absolutely delicious, but with the price of seafood these days, sadly it's a rich man's dish.

  • Sarah Hudson on April 20, 2022

    Woohoo! Chef John has jumped into the Sushi Bake bandwagon! Yum!

  • Carmen Antunez on April 20, 2022

    We do that here in the Philippines and call it Sushi Bake

  • Hunnie B on April 20, 2022

    Merci Chef John……I will be making this for sure 😊

  • Study & Game on April 20, 2022

    Which hot sauce did you use?! It looks so good

  • TheNExperience on April 20, 2022

    Is the Chef John podcast ever coming back?

  • food lover by on April 20, 2022


  • Jade Lo on April 20, 2022

    Just made this with what I had in fridge. shrimp and leftover roasted asparagus and rice. Awesome recipe

  • Anton Prothe on April 20, 2022

    I would eat this but wrap it in some of that roasted seaweed wrap (nori)

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