What do you get when you combine “donut” and “sushi”? You get “donashi”!
Big Apple Donuts recently came out with these smaller, no-hole-in-the-middle donuts called donashi, which designed to resembles sushi and available in a myriad of flavours. Each pieces are cream-filled in the centre and replicated to some of the common faces of sushi such as Do-Ebiko (strawberry gel pellets sitting on vanilla cream), Do-Ikura (orange gel pellets on vanilla cream), Do-Ebi (orange and coconut), Do-Tamago (mango with vanilla and chocolate) and so on. There are a total of 28 types of different flavours available to-date.
Big Apple claimed that no animals were harmed in the process of making Donashi, therefore, they’re suitable for vegetarians. Not sure if they’re selling it pieces by pieces, but they’re available in two sizes; 28 pieces costs RM 25 and 18 pieces at RM23. The 28 pieces comes with chocolate sauce as well. Taste wise, the doughs are made from the same recipe as their usual donuts but smaller and less toppings. Suits those with small appetite.