"Fun Sushiya-san" from the Popping Cookin series of educational confectionery sold by Kracie. The estimated price is 250 yen (excluding tax).
This is a kit that allows you to make sushi made from sweets. You can make 2 eggs, 2 tuna, and 1 salmon roe warship in one box.
All you need is water, scissors, and clean hands. After taking out the contents, cut the bag with scissors and make a "Sushiya-san sheet". It seems that it is not necessary to cut the tray this time, so I will start cooking as it is.
Fill the line inside the indentation of tray 1 with water and drop the "rice source". Stir well with a spoon until it comes together. When the whole is organized and tight, the rice is complete.
Next is the preparation of eggs and tuna. Pour water along the inner line into a tray with a vortex pattern and wavy lines on the bottom. Add "Egg Source" to the vortex pattern and "Tuna Source" to the wavy line and mix well. Mix the points so that they are flat. In addition, it is recommended to make one by one because these harden quickly.
Making seaweed while waiting for the eggs and tuna to harden. Stretch the black soft candy according to the "glue size guide" on the "Osushiya-san sheet". This completes the seaweed.
The last is salmon roe. Pour water up to the line inside tray A, and add "Ikura no Moto A" to dissolve it. In the same way, add water to tray B and dissolve "Ikura no Moto B".
The most fun place from here! If you suck the liquid B with a dropper and drop it from about 3 cm above the liquid A ... Great! It's salmon roe! You can make salmon roe that looks just like the real thing!
This work was so much fun that I just kept making salmon roe, but apparently the trick to making it well is to slowly drop each one into the salmon roe A liquid. If air gets into the liquid or if it is dropped too close, the shape will be distorted.
When the material is ready, it's finally time to grab it. Put water on your fingertips and hold it according to the "size of rice" on the sheet. Cut the hardened egg and tuna in half with a spoon, scoop it up, and put it on the rice to finish!
For salmon roe, sprinkle seaweed on the sushi rice and serve with a spoon.
In addition, this set comes with "Soy Sauce Source". Mix about half of the dropper with water and "soy sauce source" to make a soy sauce that looks just like the real thing.
The tuna and egg ingredients are grape-flavored jelly. I felt that the salmon roe had a slightly crunchy texture that was a little closer to the real thing (?) . The sushi rice has a fluffy texture and feels strange. This is the type of food I eat for the first time ...
An educational confectionery series that impresses you every time you make it. Next time, I plan to challenge "Let's make! Okosama lunch".