Recipes from Students in Australia
are triangle-shaped rice balls with filling
and wrapped with dry seaweed sheet.
often eat rice balls, but usually people make them
for lunch when they go on a picnic.
are very easy to make, and they are delicious! When
I eat them,
I really feel "I am Japanese!"
(for 6 people)
rice (use short-grain rice)
- salty, pickled plum, grilled salmon, tuna fish
mixed with mayonnaise sauce -
Whatever you like you can choose as filling.
seaweed sheet (nori)
Burgess recommends trying Onigiri if you
want to eat something typically
rice according to the recipe of the back of
the rice bag.
some water in a bowl. Wet your hands in the
water and sprinkle a little of salt on the
the rice is warm, place a handful of rice on
your favourite filling in the centre of rice
and form rice in a triangular shape by
tossing the rice in the hands. Make sure the
filling comes inside of the rice ball.
dry seaweed sheet in strip. Wrap around the
rice balls with the dry seaweed sheet
make a triangular shape, hold one hand with the
palm side up and hold the other hand in a mountain
shape over the palm of the other hand.
can also wrap the rice balls with dry seaweed sheet
them, so that the seaweed sheet is nice and
our teacher says: My
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