Being on a site filled with cute goodies, what is better than the collaboration of cuteness with the notion of food? Although you may think it may be a waste of time, I can ensure you it isn’t. Of course, you can make it the archetypal method, but where’s the fun in that? Regardless of what you are contemplating, today’s nom this; will particularly fall in this category, a twist to the original Inarizushi, and that is of Rilakkuma inarizushi.
Personally, I favor Inarizushi (Inari) more than the typical sushi rolls and although I like it, it may not be appetizing to the rest of you. Inari consist of two central ingredients, which are a seasoned aburaage (fried tofu) and sweetened rice. The topping may vary accordingly however, it is often served plain. Inari is commonly found and described as a brown bag of sushi. Primarily, it is eaten and put in Japanese lunch boxes (bento) as a decorative food to increase the relishing sense for younger children.
If you have time one day, before school why not treat yourself to some Rilakkuma inari-zushi, your first step to bento making. Leave your friends in awe, as your enlighten them about the simplistic procedures involved in making this decorative bento ornament. Not only does it taste good, but it looks good too!
To make Rilakkuma inari-zushi you will need the following
- Freshly cooked rice
- Canned Inari skins
- Cheese singles
- Ham for Korilakkuma
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