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Kudos to the chef at Sushi Lounge (three locations in New Jersey) who created this Easter treat. (Based on their Facebook photos, there’s more than one creative chef behind the bar.)
You can recreate it at home, with
A strip of nori (dried seaweed)
Sushi rice* or regular rice
Hard-boiled eggs for the head and arm
Tamago (omelet) for the pillow and blanket
Carrot flowers† for the blanket design and the nose
Celery or fennel for the ears
Bits of black olive for the eyes and mouth
Whatever you’re eating on Easter, we wish you a joyous holiday.
The Easter Bunny, tucking in after a long day. Photo courtesy Sushi Lounge | NJ.
*Sushi rice is seasoned with rice vinegar. Here’s how to make it.
†Make them with stainless steel vegetable cutters, that can also be used to cut vegetables, cake, bread croutons, etc.
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