How To Make A Cheetos-Crusted Sushi Burrito At Home

Whether it's fresh cucumbers, or a crispy tempura crust, we find the greatest pleasure in the crunch of biting into a fresh sushi roll. So what gets more crunches than Cheetos?

Josh Elkin, the man behind In-N-Out egg rolls, decided to get cheesy with some sushi burritos using the popular cheese-flavored corn puffs.

Here's what you'll need:



Mix together all the ingredients in a bowl. Lay out a sushi mat and place a piece of nori (seaweed) on top. Place some vinegared rice along one side of the nori and carefully flatten it so it's even. Then, flip it over and place your ingredients as a thin strip along the edge of the nori.

Carefully roll the sushi mat.

Next, take some Cheetos and throw them into a blender. Spread the "dust" out evenly on a surface and roll your sushi burrito so that it's generously coated in the divine orange crumbs.

You can now either snap a couple quick glamour shots of this wondrous creation with your phone and spend the next 15 minutes thinking up a punny caption, or simply tear into this orange-coated beauty.