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Imonata 1506 Sushi Mold Rice Ball Maker with Three Shapes, White

4.6 out of 5 stars 128 customer reviews
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  • Plastic non stick surface. Picture instruction, easy to understand
  • Heart, Star, Bear Shapes.
  • Each Roll Finished Dimension: 1-1/2 L x 1-3/4in.
  • Dimension: 7 x 2-1/4 x 1-1/2in H.
  • Made in Japan.
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Product Description

Use This Sushi Mold to Make Sushi Roll Quickly & Tidy. No more Bamboo Sushi mat is needed. Made in Japan.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 7 x 2 x 1.5 inches
Item Weight 1 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Imonata
ASIN B0033RRTLA
Item model number 1506
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4.6 out of 5 stars 128 customer reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #32,259 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#201 in Kitchen & Dining > Bakeware > Small Pastry Molds
#234 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Tool & Gadget Sets
Date first available at Amazon.com January 11, 2010

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By CLPhoto on September 25, 2010
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I picked up some sticky rice from the local Asian grocer and these work fantastic! I had all three shapes in my bento today. It's really easy to use. Just put rice in and compress a bit (I use a spoon for this). Make sure it's full to the top, put the lid on and then turn over and press the other side (there are small pieces that fit in the bottom of each mold). It would make more sense if I had photos. I am very happy with this product and Lucca had very fast shipping.
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I used these little molds with Jasmine rice (packed tightly) and it worked like a charm (please see my uploaded picture). I used my Nori cutter (Kai FG5103 Chuboos Nori Punch For Decorating) in conjunction with these shapes to make them more attractive.

The molds are very easy to use: Insert the shape in the mold, pack with rice, turn over onto plate, voila. Each shape is approximately 2 inches wide and 1.5 inches deep. For the price you can hardly go wrong. These are lots of fun, especially if you have children (I bought them for myself, I guess I am still a child at heart).
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This is a perfect little rice ball maker. The mold is easy to use -- just scoop in the rice, put on the lid, and squeeze the bottom to make perfectly shaped rice balls. The rice slides out easily and keeps the shape very well. I don't even have to be perfect about filling the mold, it works even if some rice is over the edges. I just have to wipe off the extra grains before refilling it. The rice balls hold together best if I use sticky rice (Japanese, sushi, cal rose, etc), and they hold together in a bento/lunch box even if an energetic 5 year old boy is carrying it. I was able to use it to make shapes with non-sticky basmati rice, but they do crumble apart as soon as a fork touches them. It is also easy to clean and I have been able to put it in the top rack of the dishwasher without any trouble.
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By Kammissa on January 27, 2011
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I got my kids to eat their rice by using this :) it was supper easy to figure out even if the directions were not in English. It was a great purchace and I would buy it again.
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LOVE these! My children have so much fun with these rice molds! They are easy to use and darling! Great product! Buy them you wont regret it!
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I use these to mold rice for my son with Autism. I was just thinking I may try molding small hamburgers into shapes. He likes the shapes and seems to find more interest in his food. I use them all the time. Perfect!
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I purchased this product more then four years ago, when my daughter was in preschool. I purchased the egg mold with them. I have to say I love this product. Mine did not come with instructions, or if it did - I lost them before the first use. This is how I use the product (that's right they still work four years later): I make short grain rice (like sushi rice) one cut of rice to 1 1/4 cups water. While still hot I put them into the molds, pack them in. I let it set for a few minutes and then I take the lid off and push them out onto a plate. Works great. Works great for an easy and inexpensive lunch for my kids. Hardboiled animal shaped egg, one or two rice shapes, grapes and some seaweed sheet snacks. They like it, I like it. Its a win.
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My kids are very passionate rice-mold fans...hence I have 2 rice shapers. The first one only makes a heart. We bought it at our local Japanese grocery store for about $3. We also have this one. As a comparison, this rice baller maker is great in that you can make 3 different shapes. However, the molds are smaller. Whereas the standalone 'heart rice' mold is big enough to be a complete serving for my kids (ages 4-7) when using these molds I need 2 shapes to make 1 kid-sized serving. Additionally the standalone mold has a more crisp shape output.

Either way - I am a big fan of making food fun for my kids. It seems to make them more adventurous in trying new foods. If you want to find similar kid food accessories then do a "bento" or "bento box" search on Amazon or Google. You'll get lots of ideas.
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