Soboro Onigiri

If you are lucky to have some leftover soboro, let’s make Soboro onigiri for simple lunch or snack! Onigiri (or omusubi) is rice ball and they are super easy to make and so yummy. They are Japanese comfort food made from rice formed into triangular or oval shapes and usually wrapped in nori (seaweed) and contain various fillings inside such as Umeboshi (picked plum) ,grilled salted salmon, Konbu (simmered konbu with soy sauce, sake and sugar) are very popular, but there are some modern fillings such as tuna-mayo (canned tuna mixed with mayonnaise.

Onigiri is great on the go, I often make them  after school snakes for my boys when we have to be there somewhere right after school, it is often soccer field. 🙂

What you need;

1 serving, make 2 onigiri

  • Cooked rice about 1 cup
  • Salt
  • Soboro (about 2 tbsps)
  • Nori

How to make

1. Cut 10″ of clear wrap, put it on a table and sprinkle little bit of salt (not too much!)

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2. Put 1/4 cup of rice on the clear wrap and make a small crater so you can put soboro filling.

3. Put 1 tablespoon of soboro, cover them with 1/4 cup of rice and sprinkle little bit of salt on rice.

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4. Bring four corners of clear wrap together.

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5. Shape onigiri into triangle shape.

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6. Take the wrapper off and wrap onigiri with a piece of nori.

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