Sushi Tree with Wasabi flavored Green pea pure

Ingredients (4 trees)

Rice (cooked) 1000g
【A】 Vinegar 6 Tbsp
Salt 1 1/2 tsp
Sugar 3 Tbsp
Chives (chopped) 6 Tbsp
Roasted seaweed 4
【Green pea paste】 Frozen green peas 200 g
Salt 1/4 tsp
Black pepper Pinch
【Scrambled egg】 Egg 3
Salt Pinch
Sugar 3 tsp
Cucumber (thin stick-shaped slices) 1
Tempura prawns 8
【Marinated red cabbage】
Red cabbage 80 g
Salt 1/3 tsp
【B】 Olive oil 1 / 2 Tbsp
Vinegar 1 / 2 Tbsp
Black pepper Pinch
Tobiko fish eggs As needed
S&B Wasabi Paste As needed


  1. Mix together the ingredients of 【A】, and then mix them into the rice while it is still warm. Mix until the rice becomes glossy, let cool, and then split into 4 equal parts.
  2. Prepare the ingredients. Cut the the cucumber into thin stick-shaped slices. Remove the tail from each tempura prawn in advance.
    【Green pea paste】
    1. Put the frozen green peas in boiling water and boil for 3 minutes. Drain off the water, mash and mix with salt and black pepper.

    【Scrambled egg】
    1. Beat the eggs, and add salt and sugar to the mixture. Cook in a frying pan with vegetable oil (not included in the ingredients list) until it is set but still a little soft, then remove from the frying pan and let cool.

    【Marinated red cabbage】
    1. Shred the cabbage, massage the amount of salt listed into the shredded cabbage until tender, and squeeze out the water.
    2. Add 【B】 and toss together.
  3. Spread a sushi rolling mat, and overlay plastic wrap on the sushi rolling mat. Spread a layer of 【1】 over the plastic wrap, covering an area equal to the size of one seaweed sheet.
    Overlay a toasted seaweed sheet on the vinegared rice, place one fourth of each ingredient prepared in 【2】 on top as the roll core, and roll. Perform this step 4 times.
  4. Remove the sushi rolling mat, and cut the roll into slices 2 to 3 cm wide.
  5. Remove the plastic wrap, and pile the slices on top of each other, making the pile resemble a Christmas tree in shape.
    Serve with Tobiko (flying fish roe), S&B Wasabi Paste.