8 thoughts on “Wafuu Breakfast

  1. That looks really yummy! Fresh and healthy…. Have you tried making rice balls with brown rice? I don’t think I have…. I bet it would be good though….

    1. I have but you need to let the brown rice cool and set or they fall apart. I think 2/3 brown and 1/3 white would be good. Half and half works as well.

  2. That looks really yummy! Fresh and healthy…. Have you tried making rice balls with brown rice? I don’t think I have…. I bet it would be good though….

    1. I have but you need to let the brown rice cool and set or they fall apart. I think 2/3 brown and 1/3 white would be good. Half and half works as well.

  3. My friends and I recently bought some onigiri from our school’s Japanese Student Association to raise money for Japan. Ever since then I’ve been hoping they’d sell some more, but they’ve yet to make another appearance. How exactly do you make onigiri? I remembered the rice had some flavor to it besides what was inside it.

    1. Hi Sam,
      Here is a basic tutorial on making rice balls. Traditional rice balls don’t really have anything added to the rice except for a bit of salt. That being said, the sky is the limit with creativity. Today I added a bit of sushi rice vinegar for a slightly tangy taste. What kind of flavor did the rice have?

      Btw, if you don’t want to get your hands sticky you can use saran wrap to form the rice balls. I do that most of the time. Just take a sheet that would be big enough to wrap a finished ball, put the rice in the middle, fold up the wrap and form.

  4. My friends and I recently bought some onigiri from our school’s Japanese Student Association to raise money for Japan. Ever since then I’ve been hoping they’d sell some more, but they’ve yet to make another appearance. How exactly do you make onigiri? I remembered the rice had some flavor to it besides what was inside it.

    1. Hi Sam,
      Here is a basic tutorial on making rice balls. Traditional rice balls don’t really have anything added to the rice except for a bit of salt. That being said, the sky is the limit with creativity. Today I added a bit of sushi rice vinegar for a slightly tangy taste. What kind of flavor did the rice have?

      Btw, if you don’t want to get your hands sticky you can use saran wrap to form the rice balls. I do that most of the time. Just take a sheet that would be big enough to wrap a finished ball, put the rice in the middle, fold up the wrap and form.

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