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Onigiri お握り or 御握り, is a Japanese rice ball made with white rice and shaped into traingular or oval shapes, it can be wrapped in seaweed (nori 海苔). An onigiri is normally filled with pickled ume (umeboshi 梅干), salted salmon, katsuobushi, kombu, tarako, or any other salty or sour ingredient as a natural preservative. You can easily get it from convenient stores in Japan.

I made an onigiri in Japan, with a very simple ingredients and procedures to follow. Those ingredients can easily get in Malaysia too.

 

Ingredients:

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1. Japanese white rice
2. Salted salmon
3. Seaweed
4. Katsuobushi, seaweed, sesame mixture

I do not use any vinegar in the rice, just a plain rice. After cook the Japanese rice, put a scope of rice into the onigiri mold, then put in some salted salmon, cover with another scope of white rice. Use a slice of seaweed and wrap the rice ball. Ready to eat!

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I added some katsuobushi, seaweed, sesame mixture with the white rice.

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This is a very easy onigiri recipe. You can try it too! Smile


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#5 MnY - SH Yong 2010-08-19 22:33
Hi Cariso,
Yes, two are more than enough for me. And they are very easy to make...please try it if you like it...
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#4 cariso 2010-08-17 17:54
Spend so much effort and make only two uh?! :-)
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#3 cariso 2010-08-17 17:53
Spend so much effort and make only two? :-)
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#2 MnY - SH Yong 2010-08-15 12:40
I make 2 only, and already make me full!
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#1 tsoulyumin 2010-08-14 23:08
how many did u make?
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