Christmas Onigiri Rice Ball Wreath. Onigiri, also known as Japanese rice ball is a great example of how inventive Japanese cuisine can be. It is also a Japanese comfort food made from steamed rice formed into the typical triangular, ball, or cylinder shapes and usually wrapped with nori (dried seaweed). They're fun to make and are a staple of Japanese lunchboxes (bento).
They are usually shaped into rounds or triangles by hand, and they're fun to make and eat. Much like sandwiches in the West, onigiri is readily available in convenience stores across Japan, and it's great. Popular items for onigiri rice ball. You can have Christmas Onigiri Rice Ball Wreath using 8 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Christmas Onigiri Rice Ball Wreath
- Prepare 2 bowls of cooked rice.
- Prepare 1 of Nori sheet.
- You need of Salt.
- It’s of salmon flakes.
- It’s of baby sardines fried with olive oil.
- You need of quail eggs.
- Prepare of red salty salmon egg or something red.
- Prepare of Green vegetable.
Onigiri are balls of rice, usually wrapped with nori seaweed and containing a meat or vegetable filling. Much like sandwiches in the West, onigiri are readily available in convenience stores across Japan and are great for a quick and easy snack. Aesthetically pleasing and really tasty, they are a fun and filling. This video will show you how to make Onigiri wrappers using the stuff on hand: aluminum foil and scotch tape.
Christmas Onigiri Rice Ball Wreath instructions
- Ingredients: make small onigiri rice balls with wrapping film..
- Put cut Nori small sheet..
- Boil quail eggs and cut flower shape with thin drinking straw..
- Place Onigiri rice ball circle shape and decorate with green vegetable and eggs..
- Enjoy 😉.
If you have a cute masking tape, that will do. You've always wanted your rice balls to look like a stylized cat-face, and now they can! Kitchen tool maker Earnest has answered the prayers of cat and rice-ball lovers around the world with 'Omusubi Nyan,' their kitty-shaped onigiri kit. The nyan at the end of the name is the sound of a cat meowing in. I love these Japanese rice balls (known as “Onigiri” /お握り in Japan) which are short-grain rice formed into triangular or oval shapes and usually wrapped in nori.