Today's bento. I made five types of onigiri. I don't know why but many Japanese believe that a onigiri is more delicious than a just bowl of rice. Of course, me too. It may be brainwashing called traditional, haha.
You've probably had shaved ice before, but have you ever tried it with tang yuan?! A popular Chinese dessert, tang yuan are sweet rice balls filled typically filled with red bean, black sesame, or other sweet fillings that tend to ooze out! 😋
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3 months ago
Tbh I’ll probably dream about arancini tonight @dellanima
Stuffed rice balls coated with bread crumbs. Better known as Arancini. This tasty finger food originates from Sicily, Italy. 👌
This wonderful dish was created by Jessica from @thefoodietakesflight! Get the recipe on her website!
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Slides over a small bento-style box with four small riceballs inside. She can probably eat a riceball with just two bites.
“Arthur left them for me before heading off to train, so don't worry about food poisoning or whatever. He always makes too much food. These are leftovers.”
8h8 hours ago
9h9 hours ago
The exquisite salty seasoning too... everything... I have eaten this riceballs before - Ayuzawa Suzuna
when i opened my own lunch box you started to giggle over the rilakuma riceballs neatly arranged inside and laughed when i told you it took me exactly 17 tried before perfecting the art of riceballs and when i saw the way your eyes scrunched up as you laughed
2 days ago
Had a ball at @kimchismoke again, this time with ODB #arancini balls (spicy chicken, rice, panko and lots of deliciousness) and the best brisket melt ever. Ever! Thanks for the heads up @robertaustincho
First stop in our babymoon/staycation in Austin: riceballs from Asahi Imports!
1 day ago
I made rice balls for the first time. They have no filling, are misshapen, and would probably make Japanese Emperor Naruhito want to renounce his citizenship. But I'm proud of them.
11h11 hours ago
"Hehe..well let's see what I have here for you.."
Smiling, Ayumi would open up the backpack, starting to take out several things.
A couple of self-made riceballs, sweets..and a bottle of fine sake.
"While I'm not sure if a goddess still needs to eat, I prepared a bit."
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First stop in our babymoon/staycation in Austin: riceballs from Asahi Imports! #onigiripic.twitter.com/vv37hHNfj9
1 day ago
Indonesian Kelopon aka yummy rice balls with palm sugar inside
I love rice based desserts, you can find versions of this rice desserts everywhere in Southeast Asia. So when I found out it was part of the cooking course I was taking in Indonesia, I was so happy. You can find it in flashy colors, green usually means it is pandan flavored, yellow cheese and violet with purple yam(in the Philippines at least!) The ingredients need some searching, meaning you need to go to an Asian market and it should have it. It is also super easy and fast to make, I made these yesterday afternoon when I wanted something sweet but was out of desserts and snacks.
70ml coconut milk(shake well before opening)
6 tbs of sticky rice flour
Coconut shavings(fresh is better but dried also works)
Palm sugar(can also be substituted with nutella, chocolate, brown sugar, etc
Makes around 8 balls
15-20min to make
1. Put the sticky rice flour into a bowl and add the coconut milk little by little, kneading it in. If it gets too dry, add more coconut milk, if too wet, add more flour. If you do want to add some coloring or flavour, now is the time. For this time, I kept it natural and very simple without additional flavors nor coloring.
2. Roll the dough into a ball and pinch off a little bit(one tablespoon) and roll the little piece into a ball
3. Slightly flatten your ball and stick your pinky finger in to create a small hole, add palm sugar inside(half a teaspoon if it fits) and seal the hole and roll it back into a ball
4. Once all the balls are made, prepare a pot of water and bring it to boil( try to choose a pot with some depth)
5. Once boiling, add the balls into the water and take them out once they float up.
6. Roll the balls in grated coconut right after taking them out of the pot so the coconut sticks. .