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Sushi Maker - Hand crafted NZ Kauri - Rice Runner
Sushi Maker - Hand crafted NZ Kauri - Rice Runner
Sushi Maker - Hand crafted NZ Kauri - Rice Runner
Sushi Maker - Hand crafted NZ Kauri - Rice Runner

Sushi Maker - Hand crafted NZ Kauri

Regular price $59.00 Sale

🍣 EASY TO USE - No rolling required, our sushi maker is the easiest way to make homemade sushi. Even a beginner will be able to make rolls. Use this with your children for a sushi party

🎁 AN EXCELLENT GIFT IDEA - Unlike sushi making kits made of cheap plastic, our wooden sushi maker is a great way to present something special to friends and loved ones. It is a compact, unusual, and useful gift

🤲 MASTERFULLY HANDCRAFTED - Our special sushi maker is made from New Zealand Native Kauri crafted entirely by hand

💰 SAVES MONEY - Tired of spending fortune in restaurants for your favorite sushi? Than this is the right sushi maker for you! With this DIY sushi maker you can prepare tasty sushi easily at home

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Before using, run the Sushi King frame & press bar under water to moisten them to stop rice sticking. Dry the outside of the frame, do not put wet frame on Seaweed (Nori) sheet -you may need to do this every couple of rolls.

  2. Place the Sushi King frame on a Seaweed (Nori) sheet about a third the way up

  3. Fill the frame about 1/3 full with your prepared rice & insert the press bar in the frame to create the channel in the rice. Then put a layer of rice on top.

  4. Fill the channel with your selected fillings, as the frame fills put a bit of rice down the sides to keep the fillings central. Then put a layer of rice on top.

  5. Insert the press bar flat side down ( it comes off the roll a lot easier if you wet the flat surface) & compress the roll.

  6. With two fingers under the side grips & thumbs on the press bar, lift the frame off the roll. You may need to run a moistened knife between the press bar & roll, but if you moisten the press bar each time this isn't necessary.

  7. Fold Nori sheet up around the rice & roll it up. If you place a few grains of rice along the last edge it will help stick it down.

  8. Leave for about 5 minutes before cutting to allow the rice to moisten the Nori sheet. This will avoid tearing.

 

 

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