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    Stained Glass Window Sushi

    Okay, here it is. Enjoy!



    Thanks for watching.
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    Awesome! I'll give this a try and if it works out, all props go to you. Thanks man!

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    More like mosaic pin sushi, love it!
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    Wow, very nice!

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    Great job Rick. you still are no where close to being as good as MASTERCHEF Giovanni.
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    Beautiful presentation, too.

    I'll ask my questions here, too... How do you make -- and stabilize -- the dashi foam? And is the coating just a standard breading? Did you use panko?
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    DUDE!
    I watched your video while eating my traditional bacon, eggs, potatoes & heavily buttered toast breakfast and it made me plan a Sushi Fix at the dealer down the street.

    YOU ARE A VERY BAD MAN!!!

    PZ

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    Very nice. You made it look easy but still very tricky. I love the idea of having the fried on the outside with raw in the middle. I don't read many sushi cook books. Very well done.

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    Thanks for the inspiration T. Made it tonight and enjoyed the results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SameGuy View Post
    Beautiful presentation, too.

    I'll ask my questions here, too... How do you make -- and stabilize -- the dashi foam? And is the coating just a standard breading? Did you use panko?
    Thanks!! The foam was made from chic stock, mirin, dashi, rice wine vinegar, soy sauce, wasabi powder, yuzu, salt and pepper, then stabilized with soy lecithin and aerated with a hand blender. Breading is a standard breading setup. The panko was pulsed finely in the robot coupe.
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