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ONIGIRI/OMUSUBI (Rice Ball)

How to Prepare

  1. Step 1

    place cooked rice in a bowl, sprinkle salt, and fold gently.

    place cooked rice in a bowl, sprinkle salt, and fold gently.

  2. Step 2

    Place a third of rice on a plastic wrap.

    Place a third of rice on a plastic wrap.

  3. Step 3

    orm into triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly.

    orm into triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly.

  4. Step 4

    Off the Plastic wrap. then, Wrap the riceball with a strip of NORI seaweed if you like.

    Off the Plastic wrap. then, Wrap the riceball with a strip of NORI seaweed if you like.

  5. Step 5

    If you want to put UMEBOSHI in, Remove the seed from UMEBOSHI. Place a third of rice on a plastic wrap, then make a dent in the middle of rice, then put UMEBOSHI in the dent. Form in to triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly. off the Plastic wrap.

    If you want to put UMEBOSHI in, Remove the seed from UMEBOSHI. Place a third of rice on a plastic wrap, then make a dent in the middle of rice, then put UMEBOSHI in the dent. Form in to triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly. off the Plastic wrap.

  6. Step 6

    If you want to mix salmon in a rice,  Pick off the fresh of a grilled salmon.

    If you want to mix salmon in a rice, Pick off the fresh of a grilled salmon.

  7. Step 7

    add salmon in a rice. Place a third of salmon mixed rice on a plastic wrap, then form into triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly. off the Plastic wrap.

    add salmon in a rice. Place a third of salmon mixed rice on a plastic wrap, then form into triangle or a ball with your both palms and pressing gently lightly. off the Plastic wrap.

  8. Step 8

    yum-! If it's too difficult to make a triangle OMUSUBI, don't worry. you can make a round one, and it's so fine!

    yum-! If it's too difficult to make a triangle OMUSUBI, don't worry. you can make a round one, and it's so fine!

  9. Step 9

    and, Onigiri is good for breakfast, lunch or lunch box and late-night snack!

    and, Onigiri is good for breakfast, lunch or lunch box and late-night snack!

  10. Step 10

    you can decorate it! kids will love them!!!

    you can decorate it! kids will love them!!!

Comments

  • Felice

    Felice Onigiri is one of my favorite things ever! So simple but so delicious, and you can customize with basically any ingredients you want :D

    over 2 years ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Hello Felice Forby! Thank you for your comment!
    Yeah, you right! I do mix sesame, diced cheese, cooked diced sweet potato, parsley&garlic butter with a rice, also I sometimes put tuna&mayo, Teriyaki Chicken, Shrimp tempura etc. for filling!
    I love Onigiri♪

    over 2 years ago
  • Anastasia

    Anastasia I've always wanted to make one of these but i had no idea where to start! Thank you for the recipe! ;)

    over 2 years ago
  • Anastasia

    Anastasia I've always wanted to make one of these but i had no idea where to start! Thank you for the recipe! ;)

    over 2 years ago
  • Da Washoku Kitchen

    Da Washoku Kitchen Thank you Michele!
    It's very simple food once you know how to make!
    Hope You'll make it well♪

    over 2 years ago
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