Rice Cube Sushi Maker

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Food

Who doesn’t love sushi? We’ve always had an affinity for the Japanese food, and after a few attempts at homemade sushi, we’ve concluded that going out not only tastes better but also spares us the impossible task of creating great tasting sushi at home. The Rice Cube looks to make this a thing of the past with their home sushi making kit.

Don’t let the simple design of this contraption fool you, it’s actually quite ingenious. Simply stuff your rice and other chosen ingredients into the Rice Cube, close the cube up completely, and out comes a cube sized creation. All that’s left to do at this point is wrap the cube in seaweed. What makes this device so great for homemade sushi is the fact that you don’t need to use sticky rice, cutting down on preparation time. You can scoop yours up from Firebox.

Rice Cube Sushi Maker 1

Rice Cube Sushi Maker 2

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