5 New Types of Onigiri (Japanese Rice Balls Recipes)

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How to make 5 different types of onigiri using a variety of ingredients. Subscribe! http://goo.gl/18SB8p

INGREDIENTS USED:
Dried Wakame https://goo.gl/dAOEV0
Small Umeboshi https://goo.gl/DnEUJ0
Rice Vinegar https://goo.gl/ZcVGs6

RECIPE:

Onigiri Number 1

cooked Japanese rice
salt
umeboshi (Japanese pickled plum)
perilla leaf

Onigiri Number 2

takuan (Japanese pickled daikon radish)
tororo konbu (dried shaved seaweed)
sesame seeds

Onigiri Number 3

julienned carrots
salt
1 tbsp rice vinegar
1/2 tbsp sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt
3 thin strips of cucumber
wakame seaweed

Onigiri Number 4

Sushi-grade tuna
chopped onion
chopped green onion
1/2 tsp soy sauce
pinch sea salt
sesame seeds

Onigiri Number 5

dried tomatoes (reconstituted in water)
prosciutto
fresh basil leaf

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Ilya Termini says:

Beautyful!!!!

muzikalwon1 says:

I must say, some of the foods from Japan are really different from the foods of my country but boy are they colorful and beautiful to look at. I would like to make those to try them but mostly to see how they look. Beautiful job guys and interesting recipes.

Diamond 422777 says:

Thank you for being so Specific and getting right to the point. Much appreaction can't wait to try it ๐Ÿš

Elizabeth Shaw says:

These are very interesting and I like the names of them a lot Satoshi. :-)

dasten123 says:

My hand moved to the mute-button when I heard that awful music at the intro :/ I'm glad it stopped

evelyn corter says:

salamat my new akong nalamang onigiri Japanese food's๐ŸŽฏ๐Ÿ‘Š๐Ÿ‘Œ

Shiki Aura says:

I've never realized how much I enjoy listening to a Japanese accent until a few days ago. I just wanted to supplement my American meals, and I found something I actually enjoy. Who'da thunk it?

bufo333 says:

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silvia koch says:

So creative! Love the names you gave the onigiri. Thank you!

GrumpetteJV says:

Wow! These look great! So hungry now…

WW Suwannee says:

Any onigiri is a good onigiri. I love them all but I am really fond of the salmon filled grilled crispy with soy sauce, or fish eggs with wasabi. Great job on the newer ideas…ya skys the limit with these. I learned to love these 40 years ago when I lived in Japan for 5 years. Thanks for the video. I don't think I could handle a whole pickled plum lol…..but a half one…oh ya :)

Anony Mous says:

That guy sounds like Cooking With Dog.

Mayor Doctor says:

Wow, those look great, man!

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