One common question I get is where you can get egg molds. Well, I’m finally answering those questions: at Saizen! They usually come in sets of two. Just pop a hot hard-boiled egg in then let it cool.
If sunny-side up and eggs over-easy are more your thing, molds for them are also available. Set these silicon shapes on a hot pan, crack your eggs, then allow them to cook within the shape’s borders.
Saizen also offers a range of onigiri molds. From traditional triangle shapes, to cute ones that make faces and even mini versions.
They also have dual purpose molds-slash-onigiri carrying cases. These are more hard-working than the usual molds and it’s definitely nice when you’re rushing in the morning.
Cute ice trays! Aside from making cute ice shapes, these can also be used to mold jelly, pudding, even RICE! See? More onigiri possibilities, as long as you keep your mind open.
Sauce containers are important because they add another layer of enjoyment to our packed lunches. Aside from the usual fish-shaped ones commonly used for take-away, Saizen also has cute shapes in varying colors. Get a pack and color code them for the various sauces you use: soy, vinegar, fish sauce.
For thicker dipping sauces, mayonnaise and cream-based salad dressings, mini-cup style sauce containers come in handy. These are also good for dry ingredients, like salt and grated parmesan.
When you need even more amounts of sauces, these squeeze-bottle style containers are great. These are what I usually use for things like tonkatsu sauce or ketchup.
These little sauce containers, I just shot because they look awfully cute. Imagine having those lined-up in your kitchen? Sunshiney cuteness!
Ever wondered how they make those even mayo / sauce stripes on takoyaki and okonomiyaki? They use these dispenses. One squirt and you have 3 evenly spaced lines. Single opening bottles are also available. They’re good for line drawing designs, too.