Easy Homemade Easy Square Onigiri Rice Balls Recipe

Easy Homemade Easy Square Onigiri Rice Balls Recipe

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To begin with this recipe, we have to prepare a few ingredients and a few step. Here is how you cook that.

Ingredients of Easy Homemade Easy Square Onigiri Rice Balls Recipe

  1. Fillings
  2. 1 use about 1 heaping teaspoon of filling per onigiri, as needed
  3. 1 Umeboshi plums, flaked salted salmon, konbu tsukudani etc., to taste
  4. The ingredient amounts below vary depending on how many onigiri you're making.
  5. 360 ml worth raw white rice, cooked
  6. 1 dash Salt
  7. 1 full sheets (or as needed) Nori seaweed
  8. Square mold
  9. 1 Milk carton
  10. 1 Scissors
  11. 20 to 25 cm square pieces, 1 piece per onigiri Plastic wrap

How To Make Easy Homemade Easy Square Onigiri Rice Balls Recipe

  1. Cut the milk carton about 3 cm from the bottom.

  2. Cover with plastic wrap.

  3. Mound in the rice. (Optionally add salt to the rice beforehand. If you are adding a lot of filling you don't need the salt.)

  4. Make a dent in the middle.

  5. Add the filling.

  6. Cover with plastic wrap.

  7. Pack down gently. If you want firm onigiri, press down firmly.

  8. Done!

  9. Optionally wrap with nori seaweed (The filling here is umeboshi).

  10. If you want to wrap the whole onigiri with nori seaweed, use 1/4 a sheet and place on top of the onigiri.

  11. Wrap.

  12. (The filling here is flaked salted salmon.) Since you can see the filling, I think just wrapping the onigiri on one side with nori is fine...

  13. (The filling here is konbu tsukudani.)

  14. You can make small squares too.

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