Recipe Directions

1. Put some rice on your hand with a little salt.

2. Next, put your favorite food in the center. For example, umeboshi (pickled plum), salmon, soy-sauced seaweed.

3. Hold and shape it with both hands with love. Don’t use kitchen wrap. It will ruin your love!

4. Next, wrap it with nori, a kind of seaweed looking like black paper. You eat it directly from your hand.

It keeps for a long time. And it is easy to carry. You usually take it on a picnic. It’s very delicious! Let’s try!

Koolieaided's Thoughts

By koolieaided

Onigiri is a Japanese dish.

I figured I could make the dish raw by using a food processor and processing the cauliflower until it looked like rice and by making the inside ingredient be seaweed soaked in noma shoy.

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Says "Quote taken from" but nothing after. Also is the pic of real onigiri or the cauliflower ones? How do you get the cauliflower to stick in shape?

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You don't have to dehydrate the seaweed after soaking it.

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soo cool we're obsessed with onigiri i even made cloth ones for my daughter for her play food thanks a bunch

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Says "Quote taken from" but nothing after. Also is the pic of real onigiri or the cauliflower ones? How do you get the cauliflower to stick in shape?

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soo cool we're obsessed with onigiri i even made cloth ones for my daughter for her play food thanks a bunch

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"it will ruin your love" that's too funny! =)

thanks, i love onigiri!

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You don't have to dehydrate the seaweed after soaking it.

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