One of Japanas favourite comfort foods, the onigiri or rice ball is quick and easy to put together, nutritious, low in fat and most importantly, tasty! Popular among both adults and children alike, onigiri can be filled, mixed or wrapped with almost any ingredient, moulded big or small, and formed into balls, triangles, rectangles, squares or any other shape you fancy! With this collection of 50 recipes, discover the endless variety of onigiri that you can create with just a few simple ingredients today! Includes a step-by-step guide to cooking perfect rice for onigiri Features new and creative ideas for onigiri as well as traditional onigiri well-loved in Japan for centuries Recipes are easy-to-follow and require only a few simple steps to make, ideal for beginners as well as busy home cooks Sanae Inada was born in Kobe where she learnt to appreciate the use of seasonal fresh ingredients to prepare simple but tasty dishes. An avid home cook and baker, Sanae trained in macrobiotics and believes that we can achieve physical and emotional wellness through a well-balanced diet that is high in fibre and low in fat. Her training is evident in this collection of recipes for onigiri, where she has introduced a wide variety of recipes for enjoyment and nutritionThere is a variety of cute cut-outs to create many faces easily using nori sheets. Ia#39; ve used linguine to attach the ears to these niko niko onigiri. The linguine will soften and ... Arrange the eyes, nose and mouth of the bear on the larger rice ball .
|Title||:||Simply Onigiri: fun and creative recipes for Japanese rice balls|
|Publisher||:||Marshall Cavendish International Asia Pte Ltd - 2011-12-15|