A recipe for photogenic food #7 「SUSHI CAKE」

27.December.2016 | FEATURES / FOOD

This feature is made possible by Arisa Shirai, a cooking specialist who posts regular photos of her gorgeous food via her social media. She makes every day recipes look photogenic with her small twists.

This time, Arisa will change SUSHI into a stylish looking cake with her idea♪

 

■Ingredients

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4 slice of roast beef

Osasimi(raw sliced fish) that you like(This time, she choiced tuna, shrimp, greater amberjack, salmon roe, crab and salmon.)

1/4Avocado(thinly sliced)

Broccoli sprouts 3g

A piece of rolled egg

Sushi vinegar 50cc

Rice 300g

Cupcake mold

 

■How to make

1)Mix rice with sushi vinegar.

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2)Put osashimi that you like, roast beef and rolled egg in the cupcake mold.

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3)Put rice thinly on it.

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4)Repeat this 2 times and make the layer, and push from the top with shamoji(push the salmon roe sushi with the strength that salmon roe will not be broken).

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5)Turn over and take out sushi from cupcake mold, and put the broccoli sprouts on the roast beef.

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6) Decorate them on the plate and it’s all done.

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This recipe is recommended when you want to make SUSHI for guests.

Let’s prepare sashimi that you like and make colorful SUSHI cake♪

 

■Arisa Shirai

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Visual food creator & charaben researcher.

Arisa Shirai shows how fun it is to make and eat your own homemade food.

Instagram: arigohan

Blog:: http://ameblo.jp/arinko0917/ 

 

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    2.

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    5: Once the framework is on add the eyes and nose making sure to check the sizes and balance. Finally, fill in the ribbon and clothing with either strawberry sauce or strawberry jam that has been mixed with a bit of water.

     

    And you’re done!

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