Well folks, it can be done ...
1/3 cup (approx) mayonnaise (depends how saucy you like pizza)
2 T sesame oil
sushi rice (1 cup raw), cooked according to package, cool a bit
1 tsp rice vinegar
1 small package seaweed
1/4 lb approx. sashimi grade tuna (available at Pacific Fresh Fish)
2 T soy sauce
sesame seeds (to garnish)
Mix the mayonnaise with wasabi paste until desired level of spiciness. Chop the sashimi into small pieces and marinate for a while in the soy sauce. Mix the rice vinegar into the cooked rice. Heat the sesame oil in a frying pan (we used a stone pan to get more crisp).
Dump the rice into the pan once the oil is hot, and use a spatula to try and form it into a nice round.
Cook for about 6 minutes (or until browned on one side). Hold a cutting board over the pan, and flip the rice out, then slide the rice back in to cook the other side. Form again if necessary.
Cook a few minutes on the other side, then remove from heat and start adding toppings. We served the pizza right in the stone pan, topping first with the wasabi mayo, then ginger, sashimi, seaweed, and sesame seeds.
Mmmmmmm! I drizzled a little soy sauce on my slices.
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