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Sushi Master The Ultimate Sushi Maker

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Sushi Master The Ultimate Sushi Maker + Non-stick Sushi Chef's Knife + Nagai Deluxe Sushi Nori, 50 Count
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Product Description

Creates the large, Small ans all your sushi needs with the amazing 5 in 1 Miracle molds

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0017743XA
  • Item model number: HO5
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,830 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

Cheap plastic made in China.
Sharon Teal-Coray
I have Sushi Magic Sushi Making Kit and Sushezi Sushi Made Easy and they make great Large & Round shaped rolls.
Almost Famous!
We have already used this several times and certainly have saved a lot of money.
TX Barb

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

91 of 92 people found the following review helpful By Chu Tieu on November 3, 2010
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I bought this product but was not sure it would make round shaped sushi as I didn't see any round shaped one in the picture of the package online. So i was happy when I got it, it does have the round shaped sushi mold!

It's not very easy at first to put a sheet of Nori to the mold as the manual said. When I inserted the top of the mold to complete sushi, it broke the Nori sheet! My sushi came out ugly!
I saw on Internet people made sushi using a clear plastic sheet (I cut one from a plastic bag! :)) to put to the mold first, then a layer of rice, then the Nori sheet, then tuna, avocado ... Finally, close the Nori sheet & seal it with some more rice then tight it with the plastic bag & the mold on the top. This way, the mold doesn't break the Nori sheet.... & you can either spread sesame seeds/or avocado layer on the plastic sheet so they stick to the rice make it looks nicer...

I have to practice more to make the sushi look better though... :) I am still happy I got those molds.It makes sushi making faster! I just hope it comes with special plastic sheet to help me more! :)

(Sorry my English is not as good to express what I mean. Hope it's still helpful!)
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Janice M. Giardino on July 3, 2010
DO NOT LISTEN TO ANY REVIEWS OF PEOPLE WHO SAID THIS DOES NOT WORK. I have been using my Sushi Maker Plus for about 14 years and have just taught my 21 year old son to use it. He perfected it on his first try. I have nothing but positive to say about it. If you make sure you pack the rice well you will have perfect sushi every time. Everyone always thinks I make it the old fashion way with the bamboo mat but believe me this is much easier and fool proof. I was happy to see they still make this item and is available to purchase for my sushi loving family members to use on their own.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By T. Robinson on October 21, 2010
I got these on a whim. I also own a Sushezi and I use both products. I tend to use Sushezi for the big round rolls. Sushi Master is handier for other things.

Some recommendations:

Maki-Zushi: Small, square pieces. Use the small mold BUT DO NOT PUT THE NORI IN THE MOLD! Instead, loosely put in some rice. Use the groove-making strip to make a slot in the rice. Add your other ingredient (singular... there's really not much room for more than one thing in these thin rolls), top with more rice and press down. Remove the bottom piece and then set over a half-sheet of nori and then push the food out of the box onto the nori. Bring up the sheets of nori to be on the sides of the roll. Place the roll over on one side and use one of the flat pieces to press the roll ever-so-slightly thinner. Then turn it back upright and slide it back down in the box. Moisten the flaps of nori and close up the roll. Finally, slice up the pieces.

Oshi-Zushi: the oldest form is pressed sushi. Line the bottom of the big square box (I think it's actually a little smaller than the traditional wooden box for this) with whatever you want as the meat/vegetable. Make sure it reaches all the edges. Add rice to the box and then use the piece used to press square rolls to make it flat. Slice and serve. For ingredient ideas check Sushi: Taste and Technique

Note: Sushi Master and Sushezi don't get along completely as one is geared toward using the nori along the long edge and the other along the short edge. Nori, like so many things japanese, isn't totally square. I've got a Go book that explains the philosophy behind that...
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Almost Famous! on August 29, 2011
Unless you want ALL of your sushi rolls to be large & round, this is a nice set of molds you may want to consider. I have Sushi Magic Sushi Making Kit and Sushezi Sushi Made Easy and they make great Large & Round shaped rolls.

However with this SUSHI MASTER mold set, I have made different sizes of square, small round, hearts, and triangles.

These molds don't make very tight rolls, but ARE tight enough if I handle with care when slicing and placing roll on serving dish. Another thing is that at first it was hard (for me at least) to figure out which mold goes where to make what...There are a lot of pieces to this set. tip...Too much rice and fillings will create a "falling apart" sushi roll.

Also this product does Not make inside-out rolls. So for that the Sushi Magic Sushi Making Kit is needed.

I have not yet seen a nicer set of molds for any price in the 7 years I have used Sushi Master j&j WE LOVE IT!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By K. Miranda on March 29, 2010
fun for the novelty of it. make sure you press in everything as you fill it up :) otherwise it will fall apart. this is a nice way to make uniform sushi once you get the hang of it.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rich Wrightson on February 10, 2010
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the day after I got this we made sushi and it was amazingly easy and it turned out great!
a fun way for the kids to get involved and have a good time making healthy food.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Liz md P-H on January 3, 2012
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I just received the product today and was mildly disappointed. The package was new and sealed but there was no instruction booklet. Googling hasn't produced one yet either. Also the product title says that a knife is included with the kit. I didn't receive a knife but when I came back and read the full product description, I saw no mention of a knife. So the title should be updated to omit the mention of the knife as it is a bit misleading.

For those two reasons I'm giving the product a 3 rating which some may think is unfair but instructions are KEY for using a product that is new to you and the inclusion of the knife was one of the reasons that I was ordering from this vendor.

As for making sushi, my husband and I got a lumpy but satisfying roll done and are looking forward to making more. We found a recipe for sushi rice online and used julienned veggies for the filling. We winged it because we had no instructions but my husband loves to cook and he kinda sorta figured out how to use the pieces.
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