So you think that normal sushi is not doing it for you? Do you want something more in sushi? You need candy sushi, for that sweet tooth you can’t seem to get rid of. Making this kind of sushi is not an easy task, it requires a lot of planning and patience, but if you think you have what it takes to make something as delicious as this, just follow the easy steps.
The ingredients you will need to make the perfect candy sushi rolls are:
2 cups of rice krispies cereal
1 tablespoon of butter
8 strips of licorice
4 fruit roll-ups – any dried fruit
First what you need to do is melt the butter in a saucepan, on low temperature. Once the butter is melted add all the marshmallows. Continuously stir the marshmallows until they are melted in with the butter. Take the pan off the heat and then add the rice krispies cereal; make sure you spread the cereal evenly in the pan so that they do not stick together. Stir until all is blended well.
Roll out the fruit roll-ups so that they are flat on the surface, then put 1/4 of the marshmallow mix into each of the fruit roll ups, spreading it evenly but leaving a small border around the edges so that the mix does not fall out when you roll it. Then put two licorice twists into the middle of the roll ups, on top of the marshmallow mix. Roll the fruit rolls up tightly, but not so tight that its contents oozes out. Just tight enough for it to stay closed. While you are rolling, make sure the licorice stays in the centre of the roll so that when you are finished rolling, it looks like a sushi roll.
Your last step is to put a very sharp knife into a bowl of boiling hot water for about 2-3 minutes, only putting the blade in the water, not the handle. If you put the whole knife in the water you will not be able to hold it when you need to cut the rolls. ( when doing that make sure all your rolls are rolled correctly and ready to be cut) when the blade of the knife is nice and hot cut the candy sushi rolls into smaller rolls.
You now have the best tasting sushi rolls! Serve and enjoy!
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