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  • 1693 hosomaki sushi mould
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1693 hosomaki sushi mould 1693 hosomaki sushi mould o

Maki Sushi Roll Mould For Thin Rolls, 60 g

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Make perfect sushi rolls every time.

Ensure that your hosomaki, or thin sushi rolls, are always at the same thickness with this easy-to-use sushi rice mould. Comprised of three parts (an inner mould, an outer base and a push-down lid), this mould is used to make a well proportioned 'tube' of rice and filling, which can then be placed on a sheet of nori seaweed and rolled up to make a hosomaki. See below for instructions.

ITEM ID: #1693


Learning to cook Japan's ornate, delicious, and unique cuisine might seem a daunting task at first. Fortunately, there are some handy kitchen tools and devices available to make Japanese cooking that little bit easier, and Japan Centre stocks a great range. From rice moulds in various sizes to wooden sushi presses to electric rice cookers, our Cooking Equipment section is sure to help you gain a keen cooking advantage.

How To Use

• Wet all three parts before use to prevent rice from sticking.
• Fill the inner mould (half-cylinder without the thicker edge) up to about 80% with pre-prepared sushi rice.
• Make a valley down the middle of the rice for your filling.
• Place the inner mould, open side up, inside the larger mould (the square).• Fill the valley with your desired sushi filling (note: hosomaki normally only have one filling).
• Fill the remainder of the larger mould almost to the brim with rice, making sure that the filling is completely covered.
• Press the rice down using the pressing lid (half cylinder with the thicker edge).
• Turn the mould upside down and push out the rice 'tube'.
• Wrap the rice up in nori seaweed.

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