11 onigiri favourite Japanese cuisine foods

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Japanese rice ball is called onigiri or omusubi. They are usually shaped into rounds or triangles by hand. They're fun to make and are a staple of Japanese lunchboxes (bento). Much like sandwiches in the West.

11 onigiri favorite Japanese cuisine foods are readily available in convenience stores across Japan and are great for a quick and easy snack. Recently, they have enjoyed a surge of popularity among food trucks, where they are made fresh and grilled lightly to order. However, making onigiri at home is irresistibly economical and easy.

11 onigiri favorite Japanese cuisine foods. 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).

Stuffed with a variety of fillings and flavors, these rice balls make an ideal quick snack and are a fun alternative to sandwiches for lunch.

Various Fillings for Onigiri (Japanese Rice Balls)

Because of its popularity in Japan, all different appetizing flavors/fillings of onigiri can be found in Japanese convenience stores.  You can even buy onigiri from specialty stores for take-out.

At the time onigiri were first invented, refrigerators didn’t exist yet. So the Japanese came up with a method to keep the rice fresh longer by filling it with the salty or sour ingredient as natural preservatives.

That’s why salt is rubbed on hands when you make onigiri so that rice is kept safe for a longer time.

The most common fillings for onigiri in Japan include:

sha-ke (salted salmon)
umeboshi (Japanese pickled plum)
okaka (bonito flakes moistened with soy sauce)
kombu (simmered kombu seaweed)
tuna mayo (canned tuna with Japanese mayonnaise)
tarako (salted cod roe) – not in the picture

Now 11 favorite Japanese onigiri dishes are available with a large selection of filling and more creative onigiri flavors: It is an inventive way to use up any leftovers from the previous dinner like Chicken Karaage and Shrimp Tempura. Some onigiri also uses mixed rice Takikomi Gohan instead of plain white rice.

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11 onigiri favorite Japanese cuisine foods into a compact form, these little rice balls make rice portable and easy to eat with hands. You can enjoy onigiri for a quick snack, or as school/ work lunch or picnic food. They are also commonly included in bento boxes.

No.10 fashionable taste ♪ salmon butter soy sauce rice ball by YUKImi

If you use salmon flakes instead of grilled salmon, you can save yourself from the trouble of making fillets ♪ Try adjusting the amount of salt to match the salty taste of the salmon. Read recipes

9th place Deliciousness that follows! Canned mackerel rice balls and mustard with Mom's tomatoes

If you use canned mackerel and cannabis on the market, you don't need to bother with seasonings! It's easy to make rice with sophisticated flavors ♪ Not only soldering in the morning but also great with sake! This is a little for adults.

Ranking 8 in excellent chemistry ♪ bonito cheese rice by Yuki Takaha

A surprising combination of rice, cheese, and rice, but a great combination! It's funny not only to prepare lots of ingredients and put them on but also put them on the rice as shown in the picture

7 Fun! Rice Pak By A-Pin Oh pin's

A very nice "package rice ball" made by making an incision with a knife and flanking the ingredients in a firmly held rice. As for its size, the size of a golf ball is easy to eat and also funny

#6 rice ball with adult flavor ♪ Kay's olives

Western-style rice balls using green olives have a rather ripe taste. We also recommend adding cheese

5th place is clear! rice ball oil with green soybean and Chika's seaweed salt

Oiled rice with fragrant sesame oil is hard to harden even when it is cooled and is a portion of delicious food to eat at your lunch! Glue or roll wrap makes it easier to eat outdoors, like in a park!

No. 4 Taste was delicious! Cheese rice and sesame By Me 's

Simple recipes that you can make with rice, cheese, and sesame! Even if you roll the nori that best matches the cheese, you can eat it deliciously

#3 Refreshing rice balls ♪ with plums, shiso, aka.ru.'s Japanese ginger

A rather astringent rice ball, like an irresistible adult for those who love spices ♪ Even if you are tired and have no appetite, this will make you eat deliciously!

2 standard little places arranged! oil rice ball with salmon Y Mr

Standard salmon rice balls have also been updated with sesame oil to add aroma and sparkle, and leaves to add flavor!
When you place the sesame, crush it with a pestle or crush it with your thumb and forefinger to squeeze it.

#1 sesame oil aroma and flavor ◎ plum shirasu from rice oil By Y'S Mr.

Oily Rice Ball No. Brilliant 1 has excellent compatibility between the taste of sesame oil and the refreshing plum flavor! Citric acid from dried plums has the function of promoting calcium absorption in shirasu, so it is a nutritionally useful combination.

The faded pink is also a funny accent when you put it in your lunch box.
How's that? You can feel the freshness of classic salmon and plums by adding oil rice balls and adding Choi ♪ Rice balls with little Western ingredients such as soy sauce and cheese are also 
all ingredients and recipes can be read here https://asajikan.jp/article/130643