Furikake crusted fish sanga with thousand Asian islands dressing & plastic cheese
Giving a classic fish finger sandwich some Asian flavour. Instead of your normal breaded fish this one has furikake (rice seasoning) mixed in the breadcrumbs. This furikake has shredded nori, bonito flakes and sesame amongst other bits and pieces, giving the crispy breading a unique taste of the sea. As for the thousand Asian islands dressing...well the recipe will explain that. On to top it off with some fake processed smoked sliced cheese aka. plastic cheese. Obviously use better cheese if you prefer!
Furikake is a rice seasoning. Basically you sprinkle it over cooked rice. I sprinkle it over pretty much anything because it delicious! There are many different types. Try as many as you can. Hot tip. Sprinkle over eggs, thick soups and fried rice. yum. Found in most Asian supermarkets.
Bulldog sauce is a Japanese bbq sauce. If you dont have this or cant find from your local Asian supermarket replace it with 1 tablespoon ketchup and a teaspoon of worchestershire sauce.
For the cheese you can use any of your favourite cheese. I like fake plastic cheese. Especially the smoked stuff.
The pickles I used on this is pickled daikon. You could use slices of regular pickled gherkin.