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Chakin-zushi Recipe – How to make Sushi wrapped in egg sheet

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Last weekend, we invited our whole family to celebrate our son’s 100th day!
I cooked a lot, for whole two days because it’s Japanese weaning ceremony which is held around 100th day.

Chakin-zushi is like flour and beautiful color from egg, so I made it as well for make the table more fancy :)

Ingredients(6 servings):

(A) 6 Eggs

(A) 1 teaspoon of sugar

(A) A pinch of salt

(A) 2 Tablespoons of potato starch

Mitsuba, (boiled for few seconds)

*You can use any other kinds of vegetable which is thin enough to tie the egg sheet

(Sushi rice)
1.5 cup of rice cooked (about 180g)

(A) 3 Tablespoons of Rice vinegar

(A) 2 1/2 Tablespoons of sugar

(A) 1/2 teaspoon of salt

5 Tablespoons of pickled mushroom (Shiitake Tsukudani), chopped

Boiled shrimp for decorate if you like

  1. Make Sumeshi (Sushi rice). Mix with pickled mushroom and make ball shape.
    About how to make Sushi rice, please check from here.

    http://japanese-cooking-class-tokyo-mari.com/recipe/2014/05/28/sushi-roll-recipe-how-to-make-makizushi/

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  2. Mix all the (A)s well then make thin-layer cooked egg and cool it down.

  3. Place rice ball on the center of cooked egg, wrap it and tie with Mitsuba.
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    1. Open the drape on top then place boiled shrimp to decorate.
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2 thoughts on “Chakin-zushi Recipe – How to make Sushi wrapped in egg sheet

  1. This looks so pretty :D I love when food looks adorable like that.

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