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    Easy...DH makes it

    I used to have sushi constantly but when I was pregnant I couldn't stand the taste of seaweed.. It hasn't faded DH make me seaweed-less sushi. Hahah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Awesome View Post
    Tupperware have a sushi making set that's very easy to use.
    I brought DH one of these, and I totally forgot!! I don't even k ow where it is

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    If you can find it, it's worth it. So easy to use. If you need instructions let me know.

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    I just looked on eBay for the Tupperware sushi makers. Is it the long brown thing? How does it work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by angewah View Post
    I just looked on eBay for the Tupperware sushi makers. Is it the long brown thing? How does it work?
    I'm pretty sure mines red or orange.

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    They were released in orange in Australia, but they could have been brown overseas.

    You brush the inside of the bigger piece with water, then half fill it with rice and pack it in. Using a spatula you create channel down the middle of the rice and place fillings in channel. Place more rice on top so it is slightly overflowing. Using the cover, press down on rice until,some comes out of the little holes. This compacts the rice. Take cover off and turn upside down so compacted rice roll comes out. Wet seaweed sheet and place rice roll on top. Roll rice roll up in seaweed sheet tightly. Refrigerate before cutting.

    There is a great YouTube video though that shows it much better than I can explain it.

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    That sounds pretty easy. Thanks for your reply


 

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