Prawn Tempura Onigiri Rice Balls. These onigiri rice balls (or tenmusu) are stuffed with prawn tempura for a tasty umami flavour. Deep-fried shrimp tempura inside a rice ball and wrapped with nori, Tenmusu is a delicious Nagoya Tenmusu (天むす) are rice balls with shrimp tempura as a filling, wrapped with nori (seaweed). I assume many of you are already familiar with Onigiri (recipe here) filled with pickled plum (Umeboshi).
Tempura is another great example of a simple and sophisticated Japanese dish. They're fun to make and are a staple of Japanese lunchboxes (bento). You can put almost anything in an onigiri; try substituting grilled salmon, pickled plums, beef, pork, turkey, or tuna with mayonnaise. This Tasty Prawn Tempura Onigiri Rice Balls using 10 easy ingredients and 4 easy steps. Here is how you achieve apetizing meal.
Ingredients of Prawn Tempura Onigiri Rice Balls
- It’s 1 of Prawn tempura.
- Prepare 1 of half of a rice bowl Plain cooked rice.
- It’s 1/2 of Toasted nori seaweed.
- You need of Bonito flakes version.
- You need 1 dash of Salt.
- Prepare 1/2 small of sachet Bonito flakes.
- Prepare 1 of Mayonnaise.
- You need of Pickled plum and shiso leaves version.
- It’s 1 tsp of Pickled plum or pickled plum puree.
- You need 1 of leaf Shiso leaf.
Japanese rice balls are called onigiri or omusubi. They are usually shaped into rounds or triangles by hand. They're fun to make and are a staple of The rice can also be mixed with a flavorful add-in like furikake. Furikake is like the salt and pepper of Japan and consists of toasted sesame seeds, sea salt.
Prawn Tempura Onigiri Rice Balls instructions
- Spread the rice on a nori sheet (like when you make sushi rolls), leaving one edge rice free..
- Bonito flake version: sprinkle a little salt and cover the center with bonito flakes, prawn tempura and mayonnaise..
- Pickled plum and shiso leaves version: if using pickled plum, mince first. Spread it on step 1 and place a shiso leaf and prawn tempura..
- Roll up the nori and rice from one end and it's done..
Yaki-onigiri is a type of rice ball cooked over an open flame on a wire grill until the exterior becomes crispy, then coated in sauce. If you don't have an open barbecue, you can try using a very hot pan such as a cast iron pan. The sauce varies from soy sauce glazes to savory miso butter. Today our special foods is prawn cheese tempura~ come and try our onigiri! Be sure to impress your dinner guests with this Prawn tempura recipe.