Spherification is the process of creating small spheres, often with a liquid center, that resemble caviar. The process uses a gelling agent to achieve the sphere, normally Sodium Alginate dropped in to Calcium Chloride. Reverse spherification involves the same two chemicals but switches the order. ...
I want to make a dessert that simulates a salmon roe sushi (like this) using rice pudding and spherified melon juice with a chocolate "seaweed" wrapping. But I can't figure out how to make the seaweed ...
A couple of days ago I made a first attempt at dessert sushi. Everything went reasonably well except for the salmon roe which I'd planned to make from orange jello. I made my own mould from plasticine ...