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Kitchen Helper K5SPS Spam Musubi Sushi Rice Press
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- Famous Spam Musubi Press and Great for spam musubi
- Also can be used for hakozushi
- Made of easy to clean, thick acrylic & Easy to use
- Great for making rice for a lunchbox
- Use to press sushi rice into a neat 2 inch by 2 inch by 4 inch shape
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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.
Well made product, and does what it's supposed to do.
To reduce the rice from sticking, I get a large pitcher of warm water with some table salt. Dip the mold in the salt water after each press. I also have a moist warm paper towel to wipe the knife after each slice I make. I know some people slide the knife through a lemon instead of the paper towel. When making musubi's for parties, I cut em in quarters and use parchment or wax paper between layers. Growing up in Hawaii, this is the perfect beach or hiking snack.
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