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Gift Ideas | Sushi Lover

On today´s original Gift Ideas we focus on essential items for sushi lovers. With Japanese food becoming such a popular type of cuisine, we no longer need to go to a fancy restaurant for eating these complex dishes, many helpful utensils are available today to help you create your own fish-centric dishes. Stay tuned for more gift ideas. Check out some more photos and product details below...



1. Impress your guests on sushi night when serving with this sushi-time porcelain sushi plate from MINT. This plate has a dipping dimple in the middle to perfectly hold soy sauce and the plate surface for your sushi slightly slopes inward to ensure that any excess soy-sauce and wasabi goes back into the dipping dimple. Designed by Anthony Baxter, this plate also comes with two sets of wooden chopsticks so you can share your sushi with a friend. $75 | BUY



2. Finally Sushi Lovers! You can now make restaurant-quality sushi at home! The innovative Sushi Bazooka is very easy to use, simply fill the tube with rice and add your favorite ingredients, then plunge the rice right through the tube onto a nori sheet, Voila, the perfect sushi maki! Great aid for large dinners, it will have your guests coming back for more perfectly formed sushi. $23 | BUY

Available in Europe here



3. Perfect Roll Sushi is an attractive kitchen aid from Leifheit which easily forms fresh Sushi rolls. Simply put in the different ingredients, fold down the handle, pull the flap and the perfect Sushi roll is formed. Includes recipe booklet for delicious Sushi ideas. $9 | BUY

Available in Europe here



4. Rice Cube is an easy to use mold that turns Rice and many other food stuffs into very cool bite sized cubes for entrees, platters, mains and desserts.  Perfect for making sushi in seconds, the Rice Cube is the modern twist with the versatility to offer you the ability to make sushi without sticky rice or seaweed.
$19
| BUY

Available in Europe here



5. Anyone can go from sushi novice to sushi samurai--slicing, filleting, and making rolls like a master! Never before have the techniques of this most popular Asian cuisine been as attractively presented, as easy to follow, and as temptingly photographed as this beginners guide. $10 | BUY

Available in Europe here



6. Perhaps you know a keen drummer who absolutely must have access to his instruments at all times, should inspiration strike during his spring rolls, or maybe you are friends with a sushi chef with a passion for percussion and no spare time to learn – In both circumstances these Chopstick Drumsticks are the perfect gift. $8 | BUY

Available in Europe here



7. ForkChops 3-in-1 Eating Utensils are three of the most common utensils all mashed into one. You get a fork. You get a knife. You even get a pair of chopsticks! The tips of the chopsticks are even textured for better gripping! The only things these can´t pick up are soups and melted ice cream. $5.99 | BUY



8. Specifically designed to prevent sticking and making cutting easier. This chef´s knife is perfect for sushi, but would work great for cutting almost anything. This knife will glide through sushi rolls and resist sticking to rice. It features a super sharp blade made from stainless steel and an ergonomic handle design.
$7
| BUY



9. The hardest thing to do as a beginner is to spread the right amount of rice, Sushiquik measures exactly the amount of rice you need to make a perfect role. The non-stick rice paddle provided helps you spread the rice along the training frame, and the SushiQuik Roll Cutter lets you evenly cut your rolls while saving your fingers. $34 | BUY

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