Sushi isn't that hard and you can make really cool hearts with the seaweed ??.. So the reason why I've been learning to make sushi was to make a surprise Sushi special dinner for Valentine's Day which just happens to also be me and my husband's wedding anniversary. I succeeded in learning how to make sushi I'm very happy with my progress and what was two weeks time and I this is one of the plates I prepared one cheering here it mostly is the heart made out of the sea weed Leaf they're actually really easy to work with specially if you leave it out like take one leaf out set it to the side while you're making all the Sushi's and then it'll be soft like paper and you can cut hearts out of it with a pair of scissors as you see I did and then they stick very easily with a little bit of moisture they will fall apart easily also I didn't add any moisture to them whenever was on the plate or the sushi itself was enough and it really added that special touch the presentation sorry for the low-lighting picture but it was a special dinner. #huramaki #coctail #unagi #sundayfunday #sushidelivery #valentinesday #cocinafusion #instafood #foodlife #homemade #avokadosushi #rolls #salmon #yellowtail #gastronomi #sushibowl #japanesefood #sushis #makimagazine #sushisalad #buzzfeedfood #shrimptempura #freshfitrecipe #iwantmysushi #sushi #seafood #lovefood #rawfish
February 15, 2018 at 04:43PM
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