Onigiri (rice ball) is a Japanese food made from steamed white rice formed into triangular or cylindrical shapes, and often wrapped in nori (seaweed) which is then filled with various ingredients, such as bbq salmon, pickled umeboshi (plum), katsuobushi (bonito flakes) and more.
On September 26th, Saturday, I am instructing on how to make onigiri in three flavours: Tuna Mayonnaise, Ham & Corn, and Walnut & Miso (Vegan). We’ll use ingredients that you can easily get from your local supermarkets.
- What is onigiri?
- The basics of rice: a variety of rice and their properties
- How to prepare rice for onigiri
- 3 delicious yet simple onigiri fillings: Tuna Mayonnaise, Ham & Corn, and Walnut & Miso (Vegan)
- How to make onigiri by hand
This workshop includes a downloadable recipe with ingredient guidelines so you can join in and make onigiri with us!