Images of Sushi Cakes To Make It Easy And Fun To Have

Food now is not only for serving us to have or to eat, but also art and amazing scene of attractive audiences. Really true, previously our forebear just burned fishes, meat, cooked rice, and other foods from forest to put into a stomach, but in our modern time all of these have been included art into these relevant foods. In Asia, we may notice that Japanese people are very creative and innovative ideas related to the matter. For this case, we may show the excited experience of Maki McPhee who live in Canada and she may transfer some foods into art and these foods may be attracted all of us to have or to eat indeed.

Stayed and lived in Canada, a Japanese freelancer has very experience about sushi and tried to create sushi as seeing in beautiful pictures. Accordingly, do you have ever seen Japanese sushi cakes? That is, you may truly see them greatly, and you may also enjoy both amazing photo and eating them. Actually, this is called “Sushi Cakes” connected with something as these days of performance. However,, they originally were called “Oshi-sushi.” Now, people may use cake pans included greater variety of ingredients. So, we started to name them “Sushi Cakes”. In fact, this may be difficult to create, but it is truly quite easy and just uses a cake pan or any other deep dish. For example, we have to place plastic covering on the inside of pan and layer sushi rice and ingredients one by one in the pan.

In this case, we don’t need to make two or three layers the best being wrapped the rice with plastic wrap and press firmly. Lastly, put a weight on the top in order that the rice and ingredients may stick together and after 10-30 minutes remove the wrap from the top, covering the cake pan with a large plate and turn it over. Note that remove the cake pan and plastic wrap slowly. Lastly, we may get delicious and artful sushi cakes in place. More reading . More info: by-s.me

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