Hey, do you like Onigiri?
Wakame(seaweed) Onigiri !
Tasty salty, sooo delicious(*´ω｀*)
empty,,,without any people (T_T)
Onigiri with sausage and Japamese Tamagoyaki
I do want to try my hand at making onigiri but I'm not sure what filling to try for my first attempt, especially since I'm working mostly with American ingredients outside of the rice. I've heard that it's good with tuna mixed with soy sauce.
I think Japonica rice is better. USA rice so viscosity(?)
Onifiri in the some meat ok. Bacon and cheese, salmon,pickles.
Yeah, our usual long-grain is a bit less sticky than Japanese short-grain. I think I'll set some salmon aside for filling the next time I make it. I don't know how I feel about rice and bacon, and the idea of cheese on its own with rice makes me kind of sick. Pickles could work. Thank you for your help!
The salmon filling is good in my experience, though it was very salted. I'm interested in trying roe filling.
jelly donuts!? plz Photo !!
>Only one I've tried so far is umeboshi
Hate or like? Umeboshi is not biggner onigiri, I think(T_T)
Musubi is stupidly big in hawaii
i mean it's good, but damn
Do you know "Onigirazu"?
Like a sandwich style. US-Rice so good.
Spam is considered a local tradition/treasure thanks to rationing and military influence.
It's kind of silly, but this stuff sticks for generations.
I haven't! It looks pretty fun to make, though I'm not a huge fan of spam. Maybe I could swap it out for something else.
It reminds me of the sushi-burrito (sushirrito), which is styled after Mexican burritos but with fillings closer to Japanese cuisine and nori in the place of a tortilla. Pic related.
>What do you think is good beginner onigiri?
if you at USA or EU, salmon or some meat.
bacon, Grilled pork and beef (chopped).
If you like vegetables, it is good to be a seasoned with soy sauce or salt.
My English(Engrosh?) so poor.
haha...to you, we will present the yakitori!
I see. Thank you anon.
Your English is understandable at least. If you want to improve you could try hitting up DJT >>>/a/136440760 to see if any anons would like to help you in exchange for your help in Japanese.
I think you've started other similar threads in the past, right OP? Thank you, these threads always make me feel happy.
My friend visited Japan once and said that the convenience store onigiri were actually surprisingly good. In America, basically nothing good comes out of a convenience store haha
oh wow! thank you!
What is your favorite JP food?
conbini onigiri is not good?
Wasabi and cheese very nice.
my favorite is wasabi + salmon or runa or some meat.
or Nozawana(野沢菜) is very good ! u will try it!
OP, you make me want to be less of a shitposter, your threads are always so friendly and I come away wanting to cook something new everytime
you're a pretty cool dude
yeah, you at US? US Yoshinoya is dammit.
C-dog si best, but,My Recipe is
(1) Sliced beef.
(2) Cut the onions.
(3) Soy source and Mirin(Go asian market to get!),Simmer beef&onions
(ex) if you get Mentsuyu(めんつゆ), easy to make Gyudon.
I see,is this "Pokemon Char Bento"(kabigon)
OP is this a common occurrence in your country? I didn't know birds in moonland were into rape.
It's rice, optionally with something else jammed in it, wrapped in nori so it doesn't stick to your hands. It's the nip analog to a sandwich. something you'd take on a picnic or get at the gas station or pay far out the ass for an over-upgraded version of at a fancy restaurant.
I know they have some Mexican food in Japan but I didn't know their frame of reference for the word/concept as written in Latin letters, so I was as exact as possible. As it turns out, the preciseness wasn't necessary, and I can appreciate that now it looks a little silly.
seaweed is good taste,but overseas hate this...
bad looks? or Not delicious?
It's English name is 'Snorlax'. A pun on 'snore' (the noise someone's breath makes while sleeping) and 'relax', I think
Honestly looks delicious OP, and I'm glad you're happy. It makes me happy.
is it common at all to eat onigiri without any filling? i just really love the simple taste of a lightly seasons rice with some seaweed. maybe a little soy sauce but then its a little too salty.i like making cute ones for my wife's lunch
I love seaweed! However, I think most people in America get disgusted at anything foreign. Seaweed is also described as "slimey" , which is a texture that many Americans try to avoid.
I don't know the commonality of it with the Moon People but I sometimes fix onigiri without filling. I'd say leave off the soy sauce (the salt on your hands from shaping them is enough for me) and stick with a good furikake.
yeah i love it... but to get good salmon in australia is actually really difficult and i dont know what that pork flavored one is so i dont make it. plus i suck at making decent rice.
Hi ! australia-san!
try furikake style Onigiri. can u buy asian market?
Onigiri is not Makizushi.
Makizushi is Vinegar rice and seaweeds.
This "kozosushi"(小僧寿し), all 90yen Makizushi ! tuna-mayo!
This photo, Umenoshi(
Make to furikake's.
Find Furikake or "Onigiri no moto" (=Omusubi Yama).
Arigatou Thank you!
Tarako / Mentaiko? (塩漬けタラ卵)
>My sides when remembering that vid/flash and reading this at 5am
I don't even know why, but you got me good, son.
ok, Japan has insect gummy.
We won!! hehe
I wish we had onigiri here, the onirigi at 7/11 in Japan was very delicious. I think all japanese food I've had was very good.
What's your favorite american food, OP JPN?
no, americans want to make sushi into food like our hamburgers, we put weird stuff on it, it's bad.
where did you go in the US? i like clam chowder from new england and from nova scotia.
do you like hamburgers in general? what do you think of japanese hamburgers?
>where did you go in the US?
I think San Francisco, eat Clam chowder.
I hope eat new england style Clam chowder!
MOS is best. or Sasebo burger(near US navy station). This photo is Sasebo(^_^)
Sasebo master american!