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Spam Musubi Sushi Rice Press #K5SPS

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Price: $1.45 + $4.99 shipping
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  • Easy to use!
  • Made of easy to clean, thick acrylic
  • Use to press sushi rice into a neat 2 inch by 2 inch by 4 inch shape
  • Famous for making Spam Musubi
  • Use for any combination of rice and toppings!
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Spam Musubi Sushi Rice Press #K5SPS + Update International LMS-PP Stainless Steel Luncheon Meat Slicer + JFC - Nori Komi Furikake (Rice Seasoning) 1.7 Oz.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 4 x 2 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000FWOB5S
  • Item model number: K5SPS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,015 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Clear sushi mold that will help you make sushi rolls the foolproof way! This is also known as a spam sushi mold, or a spam musubi mold for thoes people who love the seasoned spam on sushi rice! Simple directions are included. This two piece sushi mold measures 2 by 2 by 4 inches and is dishwasher safe!


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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and easy to clean.
adletty
Makes perfect pressed sushi, I made spam musubi that was perfection.
orchidchef
The product is exactly as is in the description.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

87 of 96 people found the following review helpful By The_Machete on October 28, 2009
This is a great product, but I just can't recommend buying it here.

I recently purchased this exact sushi press from a local Japanese market (Mitsuwa). This store chain is known for having a great selection of imported Asian foods and products, but their prices tend to be a bit high. It was $4.99 there. That's why I'm just baffled that these sellers have the nerve to sell this item for $6.00 PLUS another $6.00 for shipping. You'll end up spending about $12 for a simple plastic mold (this particular one was made in Taiwan, by the way).

Again, it is a great product that works EXACTLY as advertised - It really makes PERFECT spam musubis. But at least check out your local Asian/Japanese store first to see if they have any available. You have to go there for seaweed anyways, don't you? You might even be able to find yours for cheaper than $5. Of course, if you have absolutely no resources available in your area and you've been dying to make your own musubis, by all means - order this product here.

I'm not against the idea of a seller making a profit, but you have to know that they got this sushi press for maybe a dollar, and their actual shipping cost is another couple bucks at most. So charging $12 or more is just unreasonable. It always bugs me when sellers pad the shipping costs in an attempt to hide how much more money they're charging you. Ordering items on Amazon is always going to be a balancing between convenience and price. Just be aware that the TOTAL price here is quite high.

***UPDATE*** It seems more recent sellers have begun lowering their prices and shipping charges (Due to my complaining maybe? I swear, they were $6.99 + $6.50 shipping before). While the total cost is still far from cheap, it's nice to see things heading the right direction. I'll leave my original review up for the benefit of those who are reading this later on.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By keith n talbert on July 11, 2010
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Works great. I placed this over a half sheet of nori, spooned some rice in the bottom, and pressed it down with the lid. Added some seasoning and the spam, then more rice. Another quick press, only this time left lid down while removed frame over all. A slight twist to loosen the lid, and perfectly formed result. Then it was easy to finish wrapping the nori around the whole thing. Do keep the plastic clean between each musubi, and leave just slightly damp to completely reduce any sticking from the rice.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By darlu14 on April 8, 2009
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Well..."party time" is a bit of an exaggeration...BUT if you love spam musubi as much as my family (which is mega lots)...then this is well worth the price. I tried making musubi manually AND with the Spam can...way too much trouble. With this rice press...no more burned fingers or malformed, loose musubis. Easy enough for my children to operate...they say it's fun...I say it's less of a chore. Now if only someone can invent a lumpia roller...hmmm.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lyle D. Gunderson on January 26, 2011
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This is indeed the little beauty you use to make Spam musubi! Nicely made, simple and elegant. Cooked Spam fits perfectly, and the clear walls let you know when you have just the right thickness of rice at the bottom and top. It is identical to the one I later bought at the Hawaiian Cultural Center in Midvale, Utah... and they would know! The latter one was just $4.25 plus tax, but I was happy to pay a little extra to the House of Rice because I could not find it anywhere else. Make yourself some Spam musubi (it is very easy, if you remember to keep the press wet) and take them to work or school. Leave the press sitting out on your kitchen counter to make visitors curious. The reactions you get are well worth the small cost of the press and ingredients.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Clint E. Cat on December 30, 2012
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Before I started using the musubi press, my musubi was floppy and baggy. Now the musubi is like a beautiful brick of spammy goodness. I love you, musubi press.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Abellanosa on May 24, 2011
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Happy that I got it. Price should have been lower but its all good now that I can make some Spam musubi.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Magdalina on April 25, 2011
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For its price, this a great buy. It comes with 2 pieces: 1 presser and 1 rectangular shaper (hollow). It's clear plastic also permits you to see how much rice is added and judge the size of the final musubi during production. We had made spam musubi before with a jimmyrigged musubi maker and we ended up having to ditch the maker and use the sushi roller, which is not great for holding the traditional rectangular shape of spam musubi.

It's very easy to use. Just cut the nori to the width of the rectangular shaper and lay the center of the strip inside of the shaper. Place rice on top of the nori inside of the shaper and press. This compresses the rice adequately while allowing the sushi to keep a rectangular shape. Place the spam on top of that layer. Then add more rice and use the presser the top layer down. We found that to remove the shaper, we had to hold the presser on top while lifting the shaper up from the sushi. Finally, seal the nori on top.

The only other addition would be ideal nori length dimensions if you wanted to fill the entire shaper with rice/span/goodies. Of note is that you must wash the presser between each application as it retains rice, which is inherently sticky and the layer of water acts as a natural rice "repellent," allowing you to press another layer of rice without grabbing more when releasing.
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