Starry Chirashi Sushi Cake For Tanabata Festival. I show you how to make sushi rice, vinegared rice. I Also show you a table for the star festival with "omotenashi" spirit. If you know omotenashi, you don't.
I made a sushi cake out of Chirashi Sushi thanks to my Japanese mommy friend who gave me this idea. With leftover ingredients, I made Temari Sushi using thin egg crepes (see my other examples of Temari Sushi here). Japanese Ingredient Substitution: If you want to look for substitutes for Japanese. You can cook Starry Chirashi Sushi Cake For Tanabata Festival using 10 ingredients and 15 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Starry Chirashi Sushi Cake For Tanabata Festival
- You need 700 grams of Plain cooked rice.
- It’s 1 of pack Chirashizushi mix.
- Prepare 1 tbsp of Toasted sesame seeds.
- It’s 1 of to 2 omelettes' worth Kinshi tamago (finely shredded thin omelette).
- It’s 1/3 of Avocado.
- Prepare 3 of to 6 Shrimp.
- You need 2 of Cherry tomatoes.
- It’s 1 of Carrot.
- You need 1 of Daikon radish.
- It’s 2 of Shiso leaves.
Sushi Cake for Enlivening Tanabata To bring something new to Tanabata meals, Mizkan is distributing a "sushi cake" recipe and how to enjoy it. By putting star-shaped rolled omelette, ham, cucumber, and carrots on the top with some okra, salmon roe, and salmon flakes, you get a fun and appetizing sushi. Place a large leaf, lay the smoked salmon on it. Chirashi, also called chirashizushi (ちらし寿司) is one of my favorite Japanese meals.
Starry Chirashi Sushi Cake For Tanabata Festival instructions
- Please refer tofor how to make the kinshi tamago (finely shredded thin omelette). https://cookpad.com/us/recipes/169366-foolproof-usuyaki-tamago-thin-omelette-and-kinshi-tamago-shredded-omelette-for-chirashi-sushi.
- Cook the rice using a little less water than usual. Mix in the chirashizushi mix and toasted sesame seeds, and leave to cool..
- Make the usuyaki tamago (thin omelette) and turn it into kinshi tamago (finely shredded omelette). Cut out the carrots with a star shaped cutter, put into a heatproof container with a little water, and microwave for a few minutes..
- Boil the shrimp. Cut the cherry tomatoes into half, then cut out a triangular piece out of each to turn them inth heart shapes. Cube the avocado and sprinkle with lemon juice..
- Line a heart shaped mold with plastic wrap and put in the rice. Press lightly and invert a serving plate on top. Reverse to unmold..
- Decorate as you like..
- For Valentine's Day, decorate with heart shapes. For Tanabata decorate with star-shaped cutouts of carrots and cucumber. Either way it's very cute..
- This is the Tanabata version: The mixed sushi rice, 1 omelette worth of kinshi tamago (shredded omelette), 1 to 2 tablespoons of salmon caviar, and 1 to 2 tablespoons of sakura denbu (sweet-salty fish flakes dyed pink)..
- (continuing) – 1 piece of sashimi tuna, 2 slices of cheese, 2 slices of ham, 1/2 carrot and 1/2 cucumber..
- Make the kinshi tamago (shredded omelette). Cut out all the ingredients into star shapes. Cook the carrot in the microwave..
- Cover part of the heart shaped sushi rice with plastic wrap and cover the exposed parts with the pink denbu..
- Take off the plastic wrap and cover the center part of the heart with the kinshi tamago to make the Amanokawa ("Heaven's River", the Japanese name for the Milky Way)..
- Decorate with the star shaped cutout vegetables, and sprinkle with some salmon caviar. Make the cut outs heart shaped for Valentine's Day..
- It's hard to see, but there are two stars representing Orihime and Hikoboshi (the two lovers who meet once a year on Tanabaga according to legend) in the middle here..
- You don't need the tuna sashimi! You could also form the base into a star shape, too..
The word "chirashi" means "scattered," so this is basically a big bowl of rice mixed with fish, vegetables, and additional ingredients of your choice. I like this dish a lot, because it's a delicious one-bowl meal that. Scattered Sushi (Chirashi Sushi) is often made for special occasions such as Doll Festival and birthdays. This beautifully arranged sushi is the easiest of all the sushi dishes. Prepare the toppings of your choice, scatter them on sushi rice, and voila!