The Year of the Rabbit, how to make Sushi Rabbits





Happy New Year






I would like to wish each and everyone of you a Happy New Year. Buon Anno!



To make the sushi rice you can follow the recipe here. I have a Sushi rabbit stamp from Japan, but you can also use a cookie cutter, if you have one (maybe among your Easter's stuff?).




I have to say that the sushi rabbits looked really nice and stylish even plain! I would have them plain for a more 'formal' dinner :-). But today we have little faces: I used borage flowers, cucumber, chives, takuan, (Japanese pickled daikon), Ume (Japanese pickled plum), and black sesame seeds.





And then it was my daughter's turn, and she also used some tiny basil leaves. We had so much fun making these, and I hope that you like the idea!


Photos and Recipes by Alessandra Zecchini ©


Comments

  1. Rabbit sushi looks cute and delicious. I love sushi

    thanks for visiting my blog. You have a wonderful space. glad to meet you.

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  2. Welcome Swathi, I will also follow you :-)

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  3. Ciao Ale the sushi rabbit is very nice and I love sushi ... !!!
    Credo sia difficile mangiarlo .. Ma questo non ci ferma...
    Ti seguo anche io ma nn so piu su quale blog..
    A presto Ale e auguri!!!

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  4. Auguri anche a te Cuoca, e seguimi dove vuoi :-)

    A.

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  5. Ale, this is really nice! Thank you for sharing!

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  6. Elena, you should look at this http://alessandrazecchini.blogspot.com/2010/12/fresh-pasta-with-leaves-and-flowers.html

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  7. Sushi rabbit, look so cute! Happy New Year!

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  8. ★ Happy New Year ! ★
    May all your dreams come true

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  9. Troppo bellina la formina per il conigli!!! :P

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