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SUSHEZI - Home Sushi Maker - Perfect Sushi, Made Easy!
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- Perfectly formed - No guess work - No trial and error
- Easy-to-follow instructions
- Fresh - Healthy - Delicious - Nutritious Sushi - Made Easy!
- Dishwasher proof
- FDA approved materials
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With easy-to-follow instructions, Sushezi creates perfectly formed sushi quickly and reliably with no guesswork and no trial and error.
Using your own choice of imaginative fillings will make you a sushi expert and have your guests coming back for more!
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Top Customer Reviews
Brush the inside of the mould with a little salad cream, I mix mine with chilli to give a bit of a kick, it makes the release really easy.
Only put 125gms of rice in each side and spread out evenly
Cut the filling quite small so it can compress
When pressing the sushi out of the mould express it directly into double layered cling film. Twist the end to tighten it and refrigerate, it makes it easier to cut if it has chilled for a few hours.
Everyday is a school day, have a couple of test runs, I was lucky and got six perfect rolls on my first attempt, cooked far too much rice, lasted four of us for two days. Makes a great alternative way of preparing stuffing, mould, roll express and bake. Have fun.
You have to be careful not to overfill the cavities, otherwise there is a high possibility of ending up with a disproportionate rice-filling ratio.
There are a couple of tricks to keep in mind:
Rub the inside with a little oil to ensure the rice slides out without any problems.
Only use half a cup cooked rice for each half of the tube (around 225gr in total), and make sure you make a relatively deep cavity in the rice to make room for the filling - if there isn't a clear cavity in which to put your ingredients, there are good chances that your filling won't stay in the centre of your roll, but it might end up at the sides, increasing the chances the roll won't keep together. The roll will be fragile, so you need to be careful when pushing it on the nori sheet. Start with the end of the tube at the very edge of the nori sheet, and slowly pull it backwards as you push the rice out.
All in all, this instrument isn't hard to use, and it gives good results. Except maybe for my first attempt, which was a quite botched, misshapen roll, all the following attempts resulted in pretty professional looking rolls. But using this isn't necessarily less time-consuming than just rolling the traditional way, as it still takes time to spread the rice inside the body of the bazooka, to make sure you haven't over- or underfilled it, and to make sure your filling is cut in the right size to fit in the cavity in the rice.
I think it's a matter of preferences at the end of the day, however if you are a beginner to sushi-making, I would advise you try this instrument.
It is a bit fiddly on the first go (if you're anything like me, hate reading instructions) but the second time it was great. My only problem now is cutting the sushi into portions without crushing the whole roll.
It gives the user a good size portion of sushi, just like a real Japanese restaurant sized portion.
Must say, it's a chore to clean it. All of the rice (especially sticky sushi rice) was a nightmare to get out of the grooves and small spaces but rinse with hot water before cleaning AND after to make sure you've got it all out.
Totally recommend the Sushezi.
This little roller has cut my sushi making time literally in half! Please, if any of you are wondering if this item is for real after watching the youtube clips, let me say this,: It is MUCH easier than they make it out to be and EVERY roll comes out PERFECT!
I am so passionate about this little machine! Buy and try, I will definably stake my reputation on it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I am a sushi lover and I love this stuff!!!!!! best thing I bought in a long time. Save me few quids considering how much sushi cost when you go out, impressed friend who come... Read morePublished 26 days ago by julie
This is an excellent product. If you follow instructions (and they are easy to use) you will be able to produce very 'professional' looking sushis.Published 27 days ago by Sweet Pea
Really easy to use and clean. Comes with written and pictoral instructions. Love it!!!Published 1 month ago by Miss R Murray
clear instructions and really easy to use - I also watched a demo video which also helped. It made perfect looking rolled sushi much neater than anything I've previously made. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Miss C.
Was bought one and love it so much I've bought loads for friends.Published 1 month ago by lawrence bloom
Does exactly what it's supposed to. Works wonders... speeds the whole process up, and comes with a handy guide on how to make sushi (and dessert sushi)Published 2 months ago by Mark Wallace
Sushi can be a messy operation - this simplifies it to foolproof proportions! once you have given it a couple goes you are a sushi expert. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Euan
it can actually be messier and longer to use the Sushezi in the beginning. Its good in that Maki always come out the same size and shape but there was a few times I found using a... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Natalie Yeung