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6 piece sushi starter set

€12.50*

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  • 6 piece sushi kit for making sushi at home
  • 1 nigiri sushi shape, 2 onigiri sushi shapes, 1 bamboo rolling mat, 1 bamboo rice spoon, 1 bamboo rice spreader
  • Sushi shapes made from food safe plastic
  • For amateurs and pros
  • Bring the sushi to your home

Available, delivery time 6-7 days

Buy now: 6 piece sushi starter set

With our sushi starter set, the song "They see me rolling" takes on a whole new meaning. You can throw your own sushi party at home like a pro with our 6-piece set. Included are a nigiri sushi mould, two onigiri sushi moulds made of food-safe plastic, a bamboo rolling mat as well as a rice spoon and a rice spreader (also made of bamboo). Rock'n'roll was yesterday, it's sushi'n'roll now! Order your own starter kit for your homemade sushi!

Sushi: what is that?

Sushi are small, Japanese rice bites rolled in nori seaweed and served with various toppings, most commonly fish. There are different types of sushi, and we would like to introduce you to the most delicious ones: Makis are probably the best known form. They are rolled by hand in a bamboo mat, and the nori sheet can be rolled on the outside or inside. Futo-maki is the larger version of maki. Inside-out rolls or California rolls have vegetables and fish wrapped directly in the nori sheet, while the rice is on the outside and is often coated with sesame seeds . Nigiris are a form of sushi in which a narrow rice ball is topped with ingredients of choice. Sometimes this is wrapped with a nori strip for better grip. Onigiri are formed into round or triangular rice balls, which in turn are filled with delicious ingredients and traditionally wrapped with seaweed leaves. Classically, sushi is served with soy sauce, wasabi and ginger (gari). If you want to make sushi yourself, you will need our accessory set as well as sushi rice, rice vinegar, nori leaves and other fresh ingredients to fill and top your sushi. If you like to have all the gadgets and want to look like a real pro, we recommend a rice cooker.

How to make sushi at home

Our sushi starter set will turn any beginner into a sushi master — the sushi restaurant next door will be green with envy. You already know the ingredients you need, so let's get to it. The spoon is used for combining the rice and vinegar and the rice spreader — as the name suggests — is used for spreading the rice. Now it's time to get down to business: To make nigiris and onigiris, open the sushi moulds and fill them with sticky rice. Then top them with the (vegetarian) ingredients of your choice. You can use fresh salmon, eel, prawns or tuna, tofu, avocado, omelette, cucumber, peppers or anything else you can think of. With the onigiris, you add another load of rice on top. You can even make sweet sushi by using rice pudding as a base, topping it with fruit and using a little maple syrup instead of soy sauce. Maki is a little more elaborate. To make it, place nori seaweed leaves on your bamboo mat, spread rice on top (tip: leave about two centimetres of space around the edge!) and press the rice down with your fingers. Moisten your hands with a little vinegar water beforehand. Now you can place your toppings, ideally cut into an oblong, "sushi-friendly" shape, on the rice. To roll up your sushi mat, lift it a little at the bottom and roll everything up with light pressure. Finally, cut the roll into bite-sized pieces. We recommend using a sharp knife for this. The best thing is that with our starter box you can organise a delicious evening together with your friends, where everyone has something to do: One chops the vegetables and fish, the other cooks the rice, one fills the ramekins and the other sets the table, fills the soy sauce into nice serving bowls and offers the others some wasabi peanuts to nibble on.

Buy KoRo's sushi starter box

Has it always been your dream to make maki, nigiri and onigiri at home? We make your dreams come true: with our 6-piece sushi starter set consisting of sushi shapes, bamboo rolling mat, bamboo rice spoon and bamboo rice spreader, self-made sushi is child's play. You only need the ingredients now: sushi rice, rice vinegar, seaweed and the toppings of your choice. Invite some hungry friends and the sushi fun can begin. Our starter box is also a great gift! Buy your sushi kit now and roll your way into the next dinner!

Product number: SUSHI_001
Origin (Processing) China
Content 1 STÜCK
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260718292838
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
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Questions & answers: 6 piece sushi starter set
Of course! There are no limits to your imagination. You don't have to top/fill your sushi bites with fish or omelettes, you can also use avocado, peppers, mushrooms, cucumber or other vegetarian and vegan ingredients of your choice.
To make sushi, you'll need sushi rice, rice vinegar, nori seaweed leaves and possibly a rice stove. Then get your favorite ingredients to fill it with: Fish, eggs, avocado, vegetables, cream cheese, sesame seeds, wasabi, and ginger and soy sauce for dipping. If you prefer sweet sushi, we recommend rice pudding, fruit and maple syrup (instead of soy sauce).
To make nigiris and onigiris, open the sushi cups and fill them with sticky rice. Then you top this with ingredients of your choice (e.g. salmon, vegetables, omelet). For the onigiris, add another portion of rice on top. To make maki, place nori seaweed leaves on the bamboo mat, spread the rice on top (tip: leave about two centimeters of space around the edge!) and press the rice down with your fingers. You should moisten your hands with vinegar water beforehand. Then place the toppings on the rice, lift the bamboo mat at the bottom end to roll it up and roll it up with light pressure. Finally, cut the roll into bite-sized pieces and your self-made sushi is ready!
Sushi are Japanese rice bites rolled in nori seaweed and served with various toppings, usually fish. There are different types of sushi such as makis, inside-out or California rolls, nigiris and onigiris. We will introduce you to the special features of the varieties in the product text. Classically, sushi is served with soy sauce, wasabi and ginger.
The starter box includes a nigiri sushi mold and two onigiri sushi molds made of food-grade plastic, a bamboo rolling mat, and a rice spoon and rice spreader, also made of bamboo.
The sushi molds are made of food grade plastic. The rolling mat, rice spoon and rice spreader are made of 100% bamboo.
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