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To begin with this recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients and a few step. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Easy Homemade Hina Matsuri Sushi Cake Recipe
- 14 cm cake pan For the sushi rice:
- 1 cut Grilled salmon
- 2 eggs' worth Kinshi-tamago (thinly sliced omelet)
- 1 Shirasu (boiled and dried baby sardines)
- Note: The Ñ ingredients are for the dolls
- 2 ÑQuail egg
- 2 sheets ÑSeasoned nori
- 1 slice ÑHam
- 1 dash ÑCucumber
- 1 dash of pink ÑKamaboko
- 2 ÑToothpicks
- 1 Thinly sliced salt-water boiled carrot (a small amount)
- 1 slice Sliced cheese
- 1 thinly sliced Cucumber, rubbed with salt
- 3 slice Smoked salmon
- 1 Salmon roe
- 1 small amount Denbu (sweet pink-colored semi-dried fish flakes)
How To Make Easy Homemade Hina Matsuri Sushi Cake Recipe
[Preparation] Lightly rub the cucumber with salt, then wash. Boil the quail eggs and carrot in salt water. Make sushi rice (I use rice + powdered sushi vinegar). Prepare the kinshi tamago (thinly shredded egg omelet). Grill the salmon and flake it.
Line the cake pan with plastic wrap, then layer the kinshi tamago, sushi rice, salmon and shirasu and then the sushi rice into the pan while lightly pressing down with each addition. If you line the pan with the plastic wrap, the sushi cake won't break easily, but if the shape starts to break apart, it's easier to adjust if you put plastic wrap on top.
Cut the Ñ ham in half. Then, as shown in the picture, lay on top of the ham, hanging a bit over the edge (to make the overlaid collar). Wrap the quail egg up. If you use a little bit of water on the nori, it will hold it together. Make slits in the ham and nori on the left and right sides so that the "kimono" can flare out as though the doll is sitting (bottom part of the picture).
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