Onigiri (Rice Balls)

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    Pan-fried Butter Soy Onirigi

    ‘Onigiri’, Japanese rice balls that are often triangular, is a very popular way to use up leftover rice. Grilled Onigiri are also popular, but it might be difficult for you to try if you don’t have toaster oven or griller. They can be pan-fried with a small amount of Oil. This Italian inspired Onigiri with …

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    Rice Sandwich ‘Onigirazu’

    ‘Onigirazu’ can be translated as ‘not formed/shaped by hands’. Compared to ‘Onigiri’ (Japanese Rice Ball) that is shaped into a ball or a triangle by hands, ‘Onigirazu’ is shaped into a flat square and wrapped with Nori. This new food has no rule at all about the filling. You can use whatever you like. This …

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    Grilled Onigiri Soy Sauce Flavour

    When I was a young child, my mother used to char-grill left-over Onigiri (Rice Balls) that had turned cold and hard. Onigiri were then warmed up and the outside became crunchy. I loved the crunchy Onigiri.I like soy sauce flavoured Onigiri better than salt-only ones when grilled. Try this recipe when you have left-over cooked …

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    Bakudan Onigiri (Rice Bombs)

    ‘Bakudan Onigiri’ were extremely popular among my son’s friends in his primary school classroom. Whenever they had an opportunity to share food in his class, I was always requested to make these bomb-look-alike rice balls. I used to make tens of them for each occasion. Why do boys love Bombs? Ingredients Warm Cooked RiceSaltNori Method …

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    Triangular ‘Onigiri’

    Though they are called Rice Balls, they are more of a triangular shape than a ball shape. It is challenging yet fun, attempting to achieve a good, even-shaped triangular Onigiri. Makes 4 Servings Ingredients Cooked Rice (Japanese Short Grain Rice) *warmedSalt Flavours & Fillings Suggestions 1. On the OutsideKatsuobushi (Bonito Flakes) and Soy SauceNoriToasted Sesame …