Flog Cooking with Robin Bonus Video: Candy Sushi!


Uploaded by geekandsundry on Jun 21, 2012

Transcript:

FELICIA DAY: Hi.
So today we are going to make a candy sushi roll, because
Rice Krispies Treats are my favorite thing anyway.
The recipe we got was on marisabaggett.com, the
Southern Sushi Chef.
The first step was to get all the candy cut up and set out.
We did wasabi.
We bought some--
ROBIN THORSEN: That really doesn't look like wasabi.
FELICIA DAY: The first step is to cut our wax paper and just
lightly spray this.
ROBIN THORSEN: Ah, we're going to melt the marshmallows.
FELICIA DAY: You melt the butter and the marshmallows on
high, but you have to check it every 10 seconds, because it
could potentially blow up.
ROBIN THORSEN: So I'm going to put it on 30.
FELICIA DAY: It's going to blow, isn't it?
Nothing's happening yet.
ROBIN THORSEN: Anything happening?
FELICIA DAY: No.
Something's happening.
ROBIN THORSEN: What do you mean?
FELICIA DAY: Oh, shoot.
Ooh, this is surprisingly melted.
So we melted this in the microwave, and we're going to
now throw it in here.
You know, make that Rice Krispies Treat.
ROBIN THORSEN: That's fine.
I got scared.
FELICIA DAY: OK.
We got to go quickly.
ROBIN THORSEN: I know, but you have to--
FELICIA DAY: Place about one cup of the
warm marshmallow mixture.
You broke my spoon!

ROBIN THORSEN: I apologize sincerely.
FELICIA DAY: Place one cup of I don't know.
That's one cup.
And then--
ROBIN THORSEN: Smoosh down like you did--
FELICIA DAY: Yeah, spread the rice.
Oh, no.
I didn't do my palms.
I could just eat it right now, to be honest with you.
Two red licorice strips in the middle.
Line the Swedish Fish end to end.
It's really weird, because Swedish Fish,
but it's not fish.
But it's sushi.
ROBIN THORSEN: Hey!
FELICIA DAY: Hey!
I don't know.
ROBIN THORSEN: Is that what you do?
FELICIA DAY: No.
I don't know.
Don't look at me.
ROBIN THORSEN: Ours look different.
FELICIA DAY: It's fun.
And we're both doing it differently.
And who's to say what's better?
ROBIN THORSEN: Well.
I'm going to say mine's better.
FELICIA DAY: What is that?
ROBIN THORSEN: In the cooking shows, that's what they do.
FELICIA DAY: But if desired, sprinkle.
Sprinkle, OK.
This is what I'm going to do.
I'm gong to go--
ROBIN THORSEN: That's a lot, though.

FELICIA DAY: We're going to roll upwards until a tight
roll is formed.
Hello.
Oh.
You did it, but you didn't say hey, Felicia, remember to wet
your fingers.
ROBIN THORSEN: Felicia, remember to wet your fingers.
FELICIA DAY: Look at you.
You have a real roll going on.
ROBIN THORSEN: I know.
I'm excited about this.
FELICIA DAY: My solution is to put more Rice Krispies on.
Yours looks much better than mine.
ROBIN THORSEN: I don't think so.
Oh, maybe.
Oh, look at that!
FELICIA DAY: You've got a real roll.
ROBIN THORSEN: Hey!
I can't pick it up.
FELICIA DAY: Oh.
ROBIN THORSEN: This simulates the seaweed, huh?
FELICIA DAY: Yeah!
ROBIN THORSEN: OK.
FELICIA DAY: You want me to help?
ROBIN THORSEN: Yeah.

FELICIA DAY: I don't know what to do at this point.
I mean, it would be good for kids.
For people who have people who could clean
up after their kids.
ROBIN THORSEN: Right.
FELICIA DAY: So basically the instructions say to put the
rolls wrapped in wax paper in the fridge for five minutes.
And then you present it.
So we're going to do that, and then we're going to show you
how our rolls look really pretty.
And maybe we'll do some more patch work.

FELICIA DAY: I guess my advice when making this roll is to
refrigerate the sushi roll a little bit longer.
I would say we were a little impatient.
ROBIN THORSEN: Maybe like overnight.
FELICIA DAY: Maybe not overnight.
Like an hour.
But anyway, look how pretty it is.
ROBIN THORSEN: It does look rather appetizing.
FELICIA DAY: We have our wasabi.
We have our ginger.
And then we have the sushi.
Do you want to try it?
ROBIN THORSEN: Sure!
FELICIA DAY: Do you want to use chopsticks?
ROBIN THORSEN: Yes.
Do you have any?
FELICIA DAY: No.
I'm going to go like this.
ROBIN THORSEN: You're going to dip it in the choc--
FELICIA DAY: I don't know.

Um.
Diabetes.
It's really good.
ROBIN THORSEN: Yeah.
FELICIA DAY: And it's pretty, potentially.
Oop.
ROBIN THORSEN: To be really pretty.
Not down there!
FELICIA DAY: All right.
Thanks a lot.
See you later.