While this Japanese delicacy is traditionally created using a woven bamboo mat and years of practice, there are many wild ways to make and serve sushi today. The global popularity of this dish has resulted in a number of innovations designed to make the process that much easier.
The most popular forms of sushi are the maki-roll style and the hand-pressed nigiri. Sushi requires a delicate touch and it can take years to master the art of crafting the perfect bite-sized morsel. Everything from maki-rolling contraptions to fully automated sushi bots have been designed to replicate this age-old technique. There are not only a number of ways to create this delicious meal, but also fascinating and functional ways to serve it as well. Platters with built-in coolers keep the delicate fish and your drinks at the optimal serving temperature.
Sushi has been transformed into everything from wedding cakes to miniature masterpieces. Take a walk on the wild side with these fascinating ways to make and serve sushi.
Lunchbox Maki Makers
Sushi Rolling Machine
Sushi Rolling Fees
Sleek Sushi Carries
From Patterned Maki Wrappers to Chilly Cooling Plates
By: Shiori Mine - Published: Jul 2, 2012