Butter Soy source Rice ball
Cooking time Approximately 15minutes (Excluding the time to cook rice)
６pieces of butter
Will use a rice ball pan.
How to make
- Cook the rice.
- Cool down the rice, and put it in a pan to prepare 6 rice balls.
- Take out the 6 rice balls from the pan and move it to a frying pan.
- Cut the butter and put it on the 6 rice balls.
- Sprinkle some soy sauce and Ajinomoto.
- Put a lid on the pan, and back them for about 5 minutes.
- Take off the lid and see if the butter has melted.
- If the butter has not melted yet, put the lid on and wait.
- Serve the rice ball, when the butter has melted.
Point in check
I used a pan to prepare the rice balls, but it is better to make the rice balls a little tighter with your hands by gripping them, so that it will become easier to cook.180ｇ
of rice was just the right amount for 6 rice balls. It is a simple taste made out of soy source and butter. Although I used Ajinomoto, I didn’t use salt and pepper. I melted the butter by using the remaining heat by putting the lid on the frying pan again. If you bake the rice ball too long you will burn the back of the rice ball. If I made the rice balls a little tighter by gripping them, I might have been able to turn it over to bake both sides.
The taste is simply butter and soy source. Since I didn’t have the confidence to grip a rice ball from the start, I used a pan. However, I found out that by using a pan is not good enough, so I had to make the rice balls tighter by gripping them. If the rice ball was a little tighter, it will be a good idea to turn both sides brown by baking them. It was not easy to melt the butter and not burn the rice ball. By turning over the rice ball after melting the butter, it is a good idea to use a brush to cover the rice ball with soy sauce.