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Japanese rice balls -lunch box food
Published On: 24 Oct 2009
hindi: Khira / Kheera / Kakdi
Bengali: Sasha / Sausha
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Bengali: Laban / Noone
Cook rice as per the instruction given on the package. :- This needs little water to cook and this rice can be cooked in a rice cooker.
Leave the pot to sit for some time. 3)While it is still warm, shape the rice into balls with your palm. :- Keep a bowl of water to wet your hands so that the rice will not stick to your palm.
Make a dent in the middle and leave some cucumber in it and shape into balls again.
Place the balls in a platter and sprinkle furikake (various assortment) on it as shown in the picture.
Can be eaten immediately or put to chill in the refrigerator for later use.
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