Taste of Japan in Your Kitchen
Taste of Japan in Your Kitchen
by The Food Studio

Miso-Flavored Onigiri Rice Ball

Did you know that you can make rice balls out of brown rice? It goes well with miso, and it has the additional benefit of being rich in vitamins and dietary fiber. Try this simple but flavorful onigiri recipe today.
Cooking time
10 min
Total Calories
251 Kcal
Ingredients
9
by The Food Studio

Ingredient

2
Japanese leek
10g
Japanese ginger (myoga)
1/2
Ginger
1/2 piece
Green perilla (shiso leaves/ooba)
1
A
Miso
1 tbsp
Kelp dashi
1 tsp
Soy sauce
1 tsp
Steamed brown rice
300g
Roasted seaweed
as needed

Nutrition

Calories
・・・ 251 Calories
Sodium
・・・ 617 mg
Fat
・・・ 2 g
Protein
・・・ 6 g
Carbonhydrates
・・・ 57 g
Fiber
・・・ 3 g
Cholesterol
・・・ 0 mg

Instructions

STEP 1

Mince Japanese leek, Japanese ginger, ginger, and green perilla.

STEP 2

Add ingredients A and mix.

STEP 3

Take a half of brown rice, shape it into a rice ball, and use the mixed ingredients as filling. *Triangular rice balls are popular in Japan, but please make them in your favorite shape.

STEP 4

For the finishing touch, wrap the riceball in roasted seaweed.