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Halloween Rice Balls

I love making Japanese rice balls (Onigiri). In Japan, it's very popular to go all out decorating rice balls any time of year. Over here, I do it more for Halloween. Enjoy this edible craft!

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Directions:

  • Use scissors to cut nori into tiny shapes for facial features. I used toasted black sesame seeds for nostrils and pieces of Japanese pickled plums for the tongue. Wet hands with saltwater and press rice into head shapes. Decorate.
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    October 31, 20170 found this helpful

    Awesome! Too bad you weren't around to teach Donatello a thing or two.

    The children must love these.

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    October 31, 20170 found this helpful

    Donatello with my sculpting humour would ROCK! ;)

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    October 13, 20190 found this helpful

    I had a Japanese student in an English class several years ago. For her demonstration essay, she wrote about how to make these rice balls, and she brought some to class for everyone to sample. They were delicious!

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