Nigiri-shaped donuts

Jacques sez, "Here's something I saw in Bangkok last week that wasn't engulfed in flames. Some Thai Mister Donut restaurants are selling nigiri-shaped donuts. They call it 'sushido.' Each donut nigiri piece sells for 10 baht, which is 32 cents or so."

Sushido (Thanks, Jacques!)

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  1. You should head down to Surat Thani, there’s occasionally a stall at the night market which sells the same things but you get 2 pieces for 10 baht – or sometimes 3 if you know the owner ;)

  2. I saw something like this on Death Note II, and was wondering about them and similar treats. Thanks for the post!

  3. those look like twinkies… or, whats the twinkie-like thing with frosting on top? zingers?

  4. Onigiri are triangles. But nigiri-sushi is something different. So, those “sushido” are indeed nigiri-shaped.

    I wonder if these’ll be introduced to Japan…

  5. Is that a pun? As in sushi-do meaning in “the way of sushi” and also as in sushi-donut?

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