3 pc Silicon Food Sushi Mold Cup for Bento Lunch Box (Flower Garden)
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- Clover, Daisy & Cherry Blossom.
- Easy to use.
- 4 by 3-7/8 by 1-3/4-inchH
- Made in Japan.
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You can use these for foods other than rice such as sweet potatoes, soft cheese, etc.
The first couple of times I used the molds, the rice wouldn't come out easily. Then, I used less water when cooking the rice and now the rice comes out quite easily from the molds. The star shape still seems to stick, no matter what. So, we make fewer stars.
If you don't have luck at first, make dryer rice. You can also dust the inside of the molds with rice flour (or really, any kind of flour). Someone suggested I use a little oil on the inside of the molds, but I haven't tried that yet. Simply pulling out the lids of the molds doesn't get the rice out (when I tried). I find tapping the molds on a plate gets them out.
don't give up. It's really fun once you get the hang of it.
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Notice they're NOT listed as rice molds.
If I'm this happy with them as an adult, I can only imagine how delighted a child would be getting these in their lunch for the first time ;)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
While cute, these aren't the best molds for holding their shape or for showing the detail of the design. Read morePublished 1 month ago by ah
I haven't used them as rice molds yet but for lunch cups they are adorable. Perfect for a kid's packed lunch, it hold very small amounts of snacky things like nuts, dried fruit... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Desiree White
These were smaller than I thought they would be but are super cute and good for smaller foods like raisins and grapes, etc.Published 16 months ago by Shannon
Kyaaa!~ Kawaii lol this is the perfect thing to decorate lunches for your nieces lol. They'll love it and same goes for anyone! You have to buy it's just soo adorable!!Published 23 months ago by Christina Sunthonthip