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Onigiri, also known as rice ball, is made with white rice that is usually formed into a triangular or circular/oval shape wrapped with a strip of nori (edible ...
First, take a clean plastic bag and cut off an edge of the bag so it becomes a triangle. The measurements for mine are about 7 inches X ...
Fill about half or 2/3 of the rice you want to use in the plastic bag. Press it down a bit so the rice fills the corner of ...
Add in the fillings you want. I used some dried shredded fish and furikake (a Japanese condiment). You may want to bury the fillings in between the grains ...
Cover the fillings with a bit more rice, however much you want.
Press on all sides to make a triangle. Make sure it's pressed well so that it won't fall apart when you take the plastic bag off.
Take off the plastic bag and wrap a strip of nori/seaweed on the bottom to finish off.
And you are done! Serve on a plate or wrap it in plastic wrap for lunch packing or storage.
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