Sunday 24 January 2016

Tsum Tsum Deco Sushi

Hello! I'm back to update my blog today with more recent creations. I got a copy of Tsum Tsum deco sushi book in Japan, and tried my hands on making some using the recipes in the book. The book is in Japanese, but there are pictures, and it's not difficult to guess how to make the sushi from there. I will probably be exploring more creations in the book again.

The first set I made was Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore and Piglet. You might have noticed that the sides aren't neat, it was due to the fact that the knife I'm using is not sharp enough. I actually don't have any sharp knifes at home, I've a phobia of them, I'm so accident prone, I think I'll easily slice off my fingers with a sharp knife.

The colors were done using mashed egg yolks, deco furi and sushi mix. It's not that difficult making these as the recipes in the book was very precise, I just need to work harder on the neatness part.

The second set I made was Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Pluto. I accidentally mixed in a little too much grounded black sesame with the rice, the rice turned out too dry and not sticky, so the grey portions were tough to roll, lol. Never mind, I'll learn from my mistake, so hopefully next time will be better.

Ingredients used to get the different colours were ketchup, deco furi, mashed egg yolk and grounded black sesame. The pink portion of Kamaboko was used for Daisy's bow and Donald and Daisy's cheeks.

And here's a shot of the different characters from the two sets I made together. Which one do you like?

I don't think I'll be making so many different designs at one go the next time, probably at most just two or three different ones next round.


  1. Ho! I have the same so cute sakura cup! :3 Your Tsum Tsum sushi are so lovely :)

  2. Super cute! And yes I love that book!

  3. I LOVE both sets, they are so cute! I also love the adorable chopstick holder!

  4. Where can I buy the sakura dish??

  5. hi..may I know how u stick the ears?

    1. I did not for this case, as we are having it at home. You can attach the ears using pasta sticks.


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