For perfectly formed, bite-sized sushi rolls grab the Sushezi Sushi Maker. It’s designed with impatient sushi lovers (like us) in mind and makes a great gift for foodies too!
From California rolls to tiger rolls, we’ve got you covered – so, sit tight and familiarise yourself with Sushezi (after all, it’s going to be a regular feature on your kitchen top soon enough).
SIMPLE SUSHI ROLLS
- 2 cups sushi rice
- 3 sheets of nori seaweed
- Your favourite fillings (cut into strips)
- Open the Sushezi cylinder and lightly grease the sides with oil to stop rice from sticking (oil spray is fine).
- Scoop 1/2 cup of cooked rice out of the rice cooker and fill one side of the cylinder. Repeat for the other side.
- Press the Sushezi plunger on top of both sections of rice and place the strips of filling into the grooves (meat on one side, veggies on the other).
- Attach plunger and shut the Sushezi cylinder, sealing the clips. Screw the cap onto the opposite end and set aside.
- Place one sheet of nori flat with the shiny side facing down and unscrew the Sushezi cap.
- Use the plunger to slowly place contents onto the sheet of nori, working left to right. Roll in an upwards motion, leaving a gap at the top.
- Lightly dampen the top edge to secure the roll in place and slice from the middle (a very sharp knife is recommended to keep everything intact).
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