Kracie’s Happy Kitchen Sushi

by fattydumpling

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This food is so suspicious. But also so much fun to make.

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All the instructions were in Japanese. However, a quick internet search revealed many Youtubers sharing wisdom on what to do Kracie’s Happy Kitchen Sushi.

The main idea is to mix multiple packets of powder with water in order to produce everything you need from sushi ‘rice’ to ‘soy sauce’. Some of candies smelled pleasantly of fruits while others smelled disgustingly of bubble gum.

There’s a little spoon to mix, a dropper to add water—and you use your fingers to shape the candies.

Me brotha, seesta, and I settled down for some sibling bonding time.

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Do you see the above picture? I’m making roe by dropping the orange liquid into the clear one. Insane!

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I know, I’m fascinated by this largely because it’s from another culture. Can you imagine how kids from Japan would smirk at my amusement of things they see every day?

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This is all edible, folks. And I’m sure it’s safe.  Tastes awful though, with a terrible texture.

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Kracie’s Happy Kitchen Sushi

  1. Cut open the inner plastic package along the dotted lines. This is your sushi workstation.
  2. With the dropper, add water to the large oval dish until it reaches the lined edge of the oval. Add the large blue packet of powder to this dish and mix well with the blue spoon. This is your ‘rice’.
  3. Shape your rice into 7  rectangular prisms.
  4. With the dropper, add water in the long rectangular dish closest to the A and B dish until it reaches the lined edge of the rectangle. Add the yellow packet of powder to this dish and mix well. This is your ‘egg’. When it has solidified, use your spoon to cut it in half.
  5. With the dropper, add water in the long rectangular dish closest to the oval dish until it reaches the lined edge of the rectangle. Add the pink packet of powder to this dish and mix well. This is your ‘salmon’. When it has solified, use your spoon to cut it in half.
  6. Add water to the A dish until it reaches the lined edge of the A dish. Add the green packet of powder to this dish and mix well.
  7. Add water to the B dish until it reaches the lined edge of the B dish. Add the orange packet of powder to this dish and mix well.
  8. With the dropper, suck up the liquid from the B dish and drip this mixture into the A dish slowly, one drop at a time. This is your ‘fish roe’.
  9. The black gummy is your ‘seaweed’. Cut this in half and shape the seaweed using the guide on your mat.
  10. Wrap the seaweed around your rice.
  11. Add water to the dish until it reaches the lined edge. Add the brown packet of powder to this dish and mix well. This is your ‘soy sauce’. Use the dropper to squeeze the soy sauce onto your finished sushi.
  12. Put sprinkles from the packet on top of the rice. You can put a piece of egg on your rice. You can put some salmon on top of your rice. You can also put some fish roe on top of your rice. Be creative!
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