Many versions… Let’s have fun.
They can be used to garnish all types of dishes, sweet or savory. One possibility is to display them on chirashi sushi, among other colorful toppings or on their own.
It can be called bara sushi (rose sushi) or bara chirashi (spreading roses) as it looks like the ground with lots of petals on it.
A pretty verrine version. Sushi rice, beans, umeboshi and lots of eggs… A nice side-dish.
beautiful! I love it. Egg threads remind me of child hood. 🙂 thanks for sharing this!
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looks so beatiful..