Do not be fooled by the photos, there's nothing fishy about this cake!Over 40% Off! Use the coupon code "40offSushi" to get a discount.
It's made entirely from sweet ingredients and candies but looks just like a Sushi Platter!
This course provides 15 chapters of step-by-step video cake making instructions, including equipment required, ingredients required and serving suggestions.
No special skills are required, if you can make off-the-shelf cake mix and the sort of recipes you see on the back of cereal boxes then you can make this cake.
The course is split chapter by chapter, with step-by-step video instructions, including chapters on equipment you will need, ingredients you will need, make the rice, nori, each sushi, making the base, icing the base, arranging the cake and serving the cake.
This course will enable you to make an amazingly real-looking sushi platter cake that's bound to attract photos and compliments!
Step-by-Step video instructions for creating an edible candy sushi cake. Suitable for all skill levels.
Find out all the equipment required to complete the Sushi Cake Project
We discuss ingredients and alternative ingredients used to make the Sushi Cake.
Find out how to make the rice for the nigiri, maki, gunkan and hand rolls.
Find out how to create our sweet Nori (Seaweed)
Make the first of the Nigiris: Tuna Nigiri!
In this chapter we make the Unagi (eel) nigiri, using something much nicer than eel!
It's everybody's favourite! Ebi Nigiri
In this chapter we make our egg nigiris
Learn how to make great looking gunkan
Maybe the trickiest sushi we will make: the hand rolls
The last sushi! Roll some sweet make
Make the cake base we will use as our sushi platter tray
Ice the cake base to make it look like a sushi platter tray
Arrange your sushi to bring it all together!
Tips on cutting and serving your amazing creation
Nick Parson is a marketer by day and foodie by night.
Having lived in Hong Kong, South Korea, England and Australia he always enjoys trying something new.
When it comes to creating recipes, Nick likes recipes that achieve great results and are accessible and easy for any skill level. Nick is no a professional chef but he is a passionate cook and if Nick can make it, then so can you!
Nick enjoys sharing recipes that can be made with basic equipment, knowledge and skills (He's the opposite of a food snob!). His courses are aimed at beginners but would be enjoyed by all skill levels.
Nick now lives in Bull Creek, between the famous McLaren Vale and Langhorne Creek wine regions on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, where he continues to cook and create. He has placed 1st numerous times in the SAS Strawberry Jam category (Strathalbyn Agricultural Society) and can regularly be found in the Adelaide Central Markets, browsing some of the best produce in the world.
Nick enjoys a hands-on approach to sourcing ingredients, including catching his own fish & squid and raising his own beef and lamb. He is a champion of sourcing local ingredients, where possible and of making use of all parts ingredients, within recipes.