Rice Balls

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Sent these in the lunches the other day.
Want to know how to make 'em ?
I've posted the 'how to'
before ... here.

11 comments:

Kath said...

What's in the middle? This photo makes me want to head right out to my nearest "sebun-elebun" and get a "shee-chikun" onigiri for lunch!

andrafaye said...

love the little soy sauce.
mouth is watering...

Bonnie said...

i don't put anything in the middle of the kids ones ...so this here one has only got toasted sesame seeds mixed through the rice. i am able to get kombu at my favorite asian shop so that's what i put in mine.

i just realized that i didn't finish this post ... ha ha. there's nothing in it except the photo. not the way i intended it to be. should fix that ...

Bonnie said...

there ... that's better !

Pammy said...

YUM! AK, we should make these again sometime soon :-) I remember we put tuna in some and a pickled something in some...can't remember what it was though.

Pammy said...

YUM! AK, we should make these again sometime soon :-) I remember we put tuna in some and a pickled something in some...can't remember what it was though.

Pammy said...

I only posted my comment once...not sure why it posted it twice!

andrafaye said...

"What is it, Bonnie?"

LOL

Bonnie said...

I thought you were serious for a minute there Ali ... uh, Andrea !!!

Kath said...

When we make them I like to have a choice of tuna, konbu (pickled seaweed), ume-boshi (salty pickled plums), and tuna salad (shee-chikun!) We DO need to make them again!

Sabba and Nanny said...

Love the onegiri. Used to prefer ume-boshi or shee-chikun. When I worked in Yokosuka, we had a Sebun-Erebun around the corner, and I often stopped by there for a quick lunch...