Wow that’s a long title!!
Today’s review is for the
KitchenCraft Pure Oriental Sushi Maker.
It’s a great little gadget and it makes making sushi a breeze! ( ok it might be less time consuming to do it the traditional way, but if you’re like me the traditional way is pretty close to magic and something I can’t achieve!)
Anyway onto the main event!
The KitchenCraft sushi maker is £14.99 on sale at Wayfair which if you make sushi quite often then it is worth it, however if you don’t make sushi that often it may be quite a splurge.
Ease Of Use: 5/5
Extremely easy to work out but does include simple instructions on the box. Simple fill with nori and a thin layer of rice, use the lid to force a filling “canal” into the rice. Fill with filling, top with more rice and then attach lid to shape into a roll.
This product does recommend refrigerating the sushi ( while in mould).
It also has slots so that you can cut the roll while it is still in the product, which helps give perfectly uniform rolls.
I gave this product a 3/5 because I am ambivalent about it’s design. It’s not ugly but it isn’t highly stylised either. But it certainly gets the job done and unless you intend to display this it’s looks shouldn’t deter you.
• Makes perfect rolls that can be cut into uniform pieces.
• Easy to use.
• Feels sturdy and well made.
• Can be hard to get the finished rolls out, especially if you cut them while in the product.
• Requires a little longer than the traditional way and needs refrigerating.
I also did another sushi maker review on the Perfect Roll Sushi Maker and out of the two I definitely prefer this product as it allows you to make more sushi in one go.
Here is some sushi I made using this product:
I received the product to review but no cash was exchanged, my review is my honest opinion and has not been swayed by the company or anyone else.