given that i practically live on ramen and also that i am a huge fan of popin cookin sets, you can imagine how excited i was to find both of these things had been mashed up into a diy candy set. with added gyoza even!! how can you go wrong with candy gyoza? i swear, this kit is my favorite one from kracie to date.
as usual, there were quite a few components involved in construction. two powders, candy paste, filling, three molds and a piping bag D: oh my god i suck at piping.............
i usually mess up when i have to set some of the ingredients aside. part of this is because the instructions are in kanji but mainly, it's due to my being impatient. this time though i got it right! two small blobs were set aside for pressing both a hard boiled egg and a fish cake slice!
the rest was smashed out into two circle shapes
then filled with candy pork and peas before being folded over onto itself in the gyoza mold. rargh!! so cute!!
my favorite part is always mixing powder into water. i don't know why, i just know it's super enjoyable to me. here is the brown powder that will eventually become....
candy soup stock!!!! i mean, there's even a facsimile of oil on top!! SO! COOL!
also cool, the yellow powder
which had much more substance.
this made sense as it was placed into THE PIPING BAG
and then used for both an egg yolk
and freaking RAMEN NOODLES!!!! LALKJFDSA (this kit, guys. i LOVE this kit!)
before i piped my noodles, i added some gyoza filling to my fish cake. kawaii desu ne?
okok, let's just get to the finished bits, yeah? here are my gyoza!
they tasted like bubblegum and were surprisingly not bad at all! but here...
HERE IS MY BOWL OF RAMEN!!!
i adore the way this looked. taste wise...eh, it was like cold watery bubblegum. so, not the greatest but, you know, that's fine. just LOOK AT IT!
i even added candy peas.