Question About Onigiri

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Re: Question About Onigiri

Postby Megs » Mon Feb 02, 2009 12:30 pm

I've played around a little bit with fillings. My husband's favorite (by far) is the same kind of tuna I make for sandwiches or with crackers (with miracle whip, garlic, onion and pepper). I really don't add anything to the rice when I make onigiri so this turns out very tasty ^-^
I've also used very well drained canned peaches too. However, I would recommend wraping that in some kind of soy paper instead of seaweed. I liked them, but the peaches and seaweed made an unusual flavor combo....
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Re: Question About Onigiri

Postby eilismaura » Mon Feb 02, 2009 4:03 pm

There is a fun bento/onigiri comic strip posted here: http://community.livejournal.com/bentol ... 07582.html
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Re: Question About Onigiri

Postby ChrissiHR » Tue Feb 03, 2009 7:07 pm

Thanks so much for the suggestions, everyone. I really appreciate it!
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Re: Question About Onigiri

Postby seraphina » Sun Feb 15, 2009 12:25 pm

I use the flavoured mackerel I can get at my local supermarket - it's vacuum packed in the chiller cabinet and you can get chilli, black pepper etc flavoured variants. Just flake up and stuff away :D

I've seen kiwi used in sushi, but only ever rolls. I guess you could use jam or compotes in a fruit onigiri version but it would definitely fall into the treat category for lunch
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Re: Question About Onigiri

Postby cmtigger » Sun Feb 15, 2009 2:23 pm

My favorite is cream cheese and smoked salmon.

I've also done some that aren't stuffed, but using the mix in stuff for onigiri that you can get at japanese food stores. More flavor than plain rice, but not as much flavor as a filling.
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Re: Question About Onigiri

Postby hippie_mama » Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:14 pm

I usually don't put anything in mine. If i do, it's almost always imitation crab meat.
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