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Camp Chef Sushezi Roller Kit - Sushi Rolls Made Easy

4.5 out of 5 stars 810 customer reviews
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  • Makes perfectly round, restaurant-quality sushi at home
  • Includes sushi tube, plunger, and endcap
  • Easy-to-use; add ingredients and plunge rice onto nori sheet
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Measures 12 inches by 2-1/2 inches by 2-1/2 inches
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Product Description

Sushi made easy.... Sushezi!
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. The Sushezi can also be used for a variety of dessert items. Walnut rolls, fudge rolls, cake rolls, and biscuit cookies are only a few of the possibilities!
Why Sushezi?
Perfect sushi is no longer an expensive restaurant food. Professional, round sushi can now be created in your own kitchen with your own choice of fillings. With just three easy steps, you can make roll after roll. Kids will love to make their own rice crispy rolls, and will enjoy being able to make their own personal candy sushi.
Features

* Made of durable plastic

* Dishwasher-safe

* Measures 12"x 2-1/2" x 2-1/2"

* Great for camping or everyday at home

* Try for rice-crispy treat desserts as well

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Department unisex-adult
Manufacturer Sante
ASIN B001P8J1GU
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Item model number SUZ
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 810 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,343 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#18 in Sports & Outdoors > Outdoor Recreation > Camping & Hiking > Camp Kitchen > Campfire Cookware
#10,431 in Home & Kitchen > Kitchen & Dining
Date first available at Amazon.com December 31, 2003

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I'm a 33 year old male. I am buy no means a chef (I delivered pizzas once as a teenager) nor have I ever fooled around with trying to roll my own sushi, even once. This product makes it AMAZINGLY simple to produce rolls that my cousins and family say "Wow!" to in person and on Facebook. The directions are clear to follow and IF you follow them exactly, you will have perfect rolls. Couple of things:

1) Make sure to buy quality Niri "paper" for rolling. I haven't had one break on me yet because I paid $2 more than the next cheapest brand.

2) When we first did this with my mother, both of us ignored the "sushi rice" recipe and just boiled rice. While still good, this time around (I have photos in the customer images area) I followed the directions and its MUCH MUCH better.

3) Don't overpack it. Loosely fill it on each side with rice, use the "plunger" stick to create a channel down the middle and load that up with whatever insides you want. Dont pack it tight and then attempt to put in your fillings

4) Dont forget to use olive oil to grease the sides of the cylinder. Without it your creation will be completely ruined.
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I looked at about 5-6 different sushi makers recently (including the $20,000 sushi robot). Sushezi seemed the best bang for the buck. It arrived today (along with a rice cooker) via Amazon Prime so I didn't even get a chance to get impatient about it.

I've made sushi for years now with the little bamboo mat. I'm pretty handy in general and have had good results with the primitive tools, but still get more than half of the attempts at rolls to have a few end pieces collapsing, the roll irregular, etc. I DO have a life and I don't want to spend it perfecting being a sushi chef.

The Sushezi does one thing and it does it well: it makes a perfect large sushi roll and it does it quickly. I was both cooking and talking on Second Life to a friend and I compared chat time-stamps. I assembled ingredients (the rice was ready before I started), cut up a few veggies, found and opened a nori package, scrounged some of that orange caviar from my freezer, fake crab, leftover smoked clams, cream cheese, etc. I made four rolls. 45 minutes after the chat start mark, I had uploaded a photo of a plate of samples of each roll and sent it to my friend. If you've ever made sushi before, you know that's absurdly fast.

The Sushezi has a solid feel to it. There's nothing small and delicate that's going to break and leave you with a worthless product (versus, say, those cheap plastic cookie presses).

I'm staying with the very solid 5-star rating, but there are some downsides. First of all, it really needs a narrow diameter counterpart. That is to say, a Sushezi roll that can be wrapped with half a nori sheet. (Note: I e-mailed the company asking about that and got a very quick reply saying that they didn't have such a device.
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I thought this was just another kitchen gadget that I really didn't need, but I thought back to the last time I tried to make sushi and decided that I should give it a try. I've only tried making sushi once before and it came out floppy, the seaweed was soggy from all the water I used to try to stick it together as I was rolling it, it took me forever to try to spread the rice and I tore the seaweed a couple of times, and it fell apart when I tried to cut it. In short, it was a mess. This was at least partially because I didn't use sushi rice so it wasn't sticky. This time I used sushi rice (cooked according to the directions on the package, mixed with 2 tablespoons seasoned rice vinegar) and I also used this device. It was a huge success! I didn't even need to use a bamboo mat to roll it up which is great because those things are impossible to wash. The device is easy to use and actually seems very sturdy. It's made of thick plastic and does not feel flimsy. I read what other people said about the rolls being thick and I really didn't find that to be an issue. Yes, I've had thinner sushi rolls, but I've also had thicker rolls, and this roll is pretty normal for what we get in restaurants. It's not too big to eat in one mouthful. I'm very glad that I bought this and I am looking forward to trying it out for some other uses like sliced cookie dough. I thought it was just an expensive gadget but I can already see that it makes sushi easier for me, and since we love sushi and don't have the time or cash (or a free babysitter) to go out to dinner every week this makes it possible for us to have sushi again. And it's really not any more than the cost of a meal for the two of us.
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Love the maki! I have several kits that I have accrued over the years and this is far and away the best thing to come down the pike. With as often as I'm using the Sushezi, I know I'll wear it out. So, my only whine is that it's not as sturdy as an Abrams tank. Right now, I use half sushi rice and half brown rice (for the fiber); it holds together righteously. I think that with the pressure that can be applied with this apparatus I can move to all brown rice (pressure cooker cooked) at some point. I like this product so much that I took advantage of the four for three Amazon deal and sent them to my kids in other states. Aside from it not being made out of titanium, my only other concern is that I'm going to get fat as a piggy from making so much. (4jul2010) I thought I'd get fat as a piggy, but, I'm actually losing weight on the sushezi diet. I make and eat one to two rolls a day. I use plenty of protein sources for the filler and half brown rice for the roll. I cook the rice in a pressure cooker which makes it easy to combine different rices in a timely manner. For the filler I'll use imitation crab sticks, turkey spam (with pineapple), tuna, salmon, and, yes, bacon makes everything better. I'll do a smoked salmon with yochee fat free tzatziki. Ah, wasabi, curry and peanut butter make great seasonings. I'll add garlic powder to the rice wilst I cook it. Made thoughtfully, a sushi roll could be one of the healthiest foods to eat. Let your creativity run wild.
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