It's so satisfying! I'm not sure what to do with it.
|Material ( for one person )|
|water (esp. cool, fresh water, e.g. drinking water)||50ml (1.69us fl oz)|
|tenkasu (crunchy bits of deep-fried dough produced as a byproduct of cooking tempura)||1 tablespoon|
|dipping sauce for noodles||1 tablespoon|
|green onion||1 tablespoon|
|Aonori (green laver) or sakuraebi (shrimp) as desired||1 tablespoon|
Oatmeal can be eaten in a variety of ways if you are creative. The "Devil's Onigiri," which became a hot topic at one time, has been recreated using oatmeal. Here is a recipe for "Devil's Oatmeal Rice Balls".
Devil's Oatmeal Rice Ball
Ingredients30g (1.06oz) oatmeal
50ml (1.69us fl oz) water
1 tbsp fish cake
1 tbsp men-tsuyu
1 tbsp green onion
1 tablespoon green laver or shrimp (optional)
How to makeAdd water to oatmeal, mix lightly, and heat in microwave for 30 seconds.
When the oatmeal absorbs the water and becomes chunky, add tenkasu, men-tsuyu, green onion, and aonori (green laver) and mix well. You can also add aonori (green laver) or sakura ebi (shrimp) if you like.
Spread it out on a piece of plastic wrap and roll it up tightly.
Sticky rice ballThe richness of the tenkasu, the flavor of the mentsuyu, and the flavor of the scallions combine to create a truly devilish taste! Oatmeal that has been blended with a little water and warmed up is a little like soft rice. The oatmeal that has been blended with a little water and warmed up is a little like soft rice, with some fiber-like texture, but if you are used to oatmeal to some extent, you won't mind. And best of all, it's filling! There is a lot of volume, and just one piece is quite satisfying. I recommend it for lunch while on a diet.
The "Devil's Oatmeal Rice Ball" is easy and quick to make. Try it out!