Recipe: "Yaki-Onigiris" - Baked Japanese rice balls dipped in a delicious soy sauce mix.
Number of steps: 6 super easy steps
Time taken: 10 min prep, 20 min in oven.
Approx. 90 kcal per mini yaki-onigiri
About This Dish:
Onigiris (rice balls) are delicious even when they are not baked, but when the rice is dipped in soy sauce and are baked on both sides, making the onigiri crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, it's becomes a dish you will start craving for! They're called Yaki-onigiris. In Japan, my mom used to make these for lunch as it is easy and goes well with various side dishes such as chicken. It is also eaten at Izakayas along with some sake and yakitori. It's just a fun twist to your regular onigiri, please give it a try!
You don't have to use fresh cooked rice. You could even use left over rice in your freezer or fridge to whip this up quickly for lunch! Just make sure you warm the rice up before you dip it into the sauce.
What You Need:
(Makes 11 mini yaki-onigiris)
4/11/2013 04:48:35 am
My mouth is watering, Actually it is watering no matter what recipe I am watching on your site ^^
11/10/2013 03:55:45 am
I have never made rice balls before but as I type I have the rice soaking. Looks so good
9/25/2018 09:37:45 pm
I found this recipe a few months ago, and have been making a batch almost every week since for family lunches. They're a HUGE hit at our house, and much easier for me to make. Thanks for sharing!
12/25/2020 04:21:58 pm
焼きおにぎりとっても美味しかったです。はっさいのわたしでもかんたんにできるのがとてもべんりです。ほかの Recipie もみてみます。
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