When I scanned through Disney’s “artistic” festival menus a month or so back, I found myself wondering … what in ‘The World’ is a Sushi Donut? Well, now, thanks to the great work by Disney Food Blog, I finally know. Check out their …
Epcot? I’ll give you this much … you’re quite creative. Served by Takumi Table – the Japan Pavilion – this dish is a donut-shaped Sushi featuring Salmon, Tuna, Shrimp, Avocado, and Masago. It is accented with a Citrus-soy Gelée and has Wasabi on the side.
Find a fantastic picture of this ‘not-so-doughy’ delight in the article linked above, and, then, if you’d like to see all of the items that you can sample at 2019’s Epcot Festival of the Arts, check out DFB’s Food Studios Page!
If that’s not enough, please check out this video (see below) presented by The WDW Couple! They taste a number of morsels including:
- Trio of Savory Croissant Doughnuts
- Seared Corvina with braised Ratatouille
- Roasted Candied Beet Salad with Goat Cheese Fritters
- Sweet & Sour Balsamic-glazed Pork Ribs
And, of course, the aforementioned Sushi Donut!
In the meantime, which five (5) dishes would you go out of your way to try? Leave a comment, here, on this post, on Facebook, or on Twitter, and let us all know!
For me, I’d be craving a handful of plates. In fact, if I had been able to attend the festival this year, these would have made my 5-item tasting menu!
Red Wine-braised Beef Short Rib – Cuisine Classique
Seared Corvina with braised Ratatouille – Cuisine Classique
Pan-Seared Scallop with Chorizo – The Artist’s Table
Sopes de Chilorio: Slow-braised Pork marinated in Ancho Chili Paste served on Fried Corn Dough – El Arista Hambriento (The Hungry Artist) – Mexico Pavilion
Callo de Hacha en Salsa de Jengibre y Habanero: Two Seared Scallops with Ginger-habanero Sauce atop Yucca Purée – El Arista Hambriento (The Hungry Artist) – Mexico Pavilion