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Sushi@home Maki Rice Roller

2.7 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • The world's first maki sushi-making machine for the home
  • Makes thick, thin, or inside-out rolls
  • Unique frame system ensures rice and filling are in right place
  • Easier than using traditional bamboo mat for rolling
  • Dishwasher-safe parts

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Product Description

Product Description

The sushi@home Maki Rice Roller makes perfect Hosomaki, Futomaki, and California rolls every time

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Sushi is easy to make, but it’s the rolling that usually throws novice makers for a loop. This maki machine replaces the traditional bamboo mat and makes sushi rolling foolproof, so you can enjoy this quick and healthy meal or appetizer any day of the week. To assemble your sushi for rolling, secure a sheet of nori (that’s seaweed, for the uninitiated) between the upper and lower frames inside the machine and evenly spread the sheet with your rice and your filling. The frames ensure that you use just the right amount of rice for neat rolling and that your fillings stay centered. The maki machine’s plates rotate into different positions depending on whether you’re making futomaki (larger rolls for holding a combination of fish and vegetables), hosomaki (thinner rolls, such as fresh tuna or cucumber), or inside-out rolls (California rolls). After the maki machine makes your roll, it should be refrigerated for about 30 minutes until it is cool enough for cutting. Before serving, use a wet, sharp knife to slice your sushi roll into even pieces and discard the ends of the roll for a more attractive presentation. The maki machine breaks down into 15 separate pieces for thorough cleaning; however, many of the parts are small so you’ll need to keep track of them for reassembly. This machine is dishwasher-safe and comes with a full-color instruction and recipe book. --Cristina Vaamonde

Product Information

Product Dimensions 12.2 x 6.7 x 6.5 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 8 pounds
Manufacturer Sushi@Home
ASIN B00008T95B
Item model number MAKI01
Customer Reviews
2.7 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

2.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #1,818,888 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#937 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Knives & Cutlery Accessories > Specialty Knives > Seafood Knives
#13,766 in Grocery & Gourmet Food > Soups, Stocks & Broths
#18,251 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Specialty Tools & Gadgets
Date first available at Amazon.com March 10, 2003

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I got this item from a store as I didnt know amazon stocked it.
It took me about 5 minutes to learn to to use it and now Im making maki and california rolls all the time. It is a very cool looking gadget and it goes in the dish washer. I threw my bamboo mats away.
When I get some more money, Im going to get the Nigiri Rice Press too.
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By A Customer on January 28, 2004
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After rolling dozens of rolls using a traditional mat, I bought this item due to its claim to help with inside out rolls. It turns out that the help it provides is the advice that you buy a teflon mat. I did...and I returned this overblown piece of junk. Unfortunately, I then got hit with Amazon.com's restocking fee. A very unsatisfactory experience all around.
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This is a great and simple way to make sushi. It took me 30 minutes to learn and now I can make all types of sushi at a quarter of the cost of getting it from my local store.
If you like sushi, then just get one. The Nigiri machine is even easier to use and great entertainment for my friends and family.
Well done Sushi@home.
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I've been eating and making sushi for almost 4 yrs. and I really enjoy it. This was before eat sushi to be cool fab. ha ha! Anyways, the sushi@home maki roller is no better than the matt. The sushi@home maki roller cost any where from $49.99 up to $90 but it should cost no more than $30. Since the sushi fab, you can't hardly find them at stores but give it a year or 2 and most people will be getting rid them.
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