Thursday, May 28, 2009

Food Trip Friday---Rice Roll Lunch Box


Lunch Box request by my kids

Rice Roll Lunch Box ( rice rolled with dried seaweed )

Note: This is for Food Trippers, I have posted this already but I will post them again with the recipe. Thanks!

Here' s the lunch box that I made during my daughters sportsfest at school with the recipe, you can read the story here.
It' s so easy to make even without the bamboo mat for the rice roll. All you need is a wrapper!! And you don' t need some rice substitute or whatever coz it' s not a sushi-- it' s a rice roll! It may take a while to make a perfect roll but making it is fun!! Here it is--

Ingredients: ( good for 3 person )


Egg - 1 pc
Salt - a few
Carrot - 1/3
Kinusaya ( seapods )- 6 pcs
Ground meat - 50 g
Dried seaweed - 1 sheet
Cooled rice - 200 g

A:

Naga negi ( long onion or leek ) - 3 cm
Goma ( white sesame ) - 1 tablespoon
Soysauce - 1 tablespoon
Sugar - 1 tablespoon
Sake - 1 tablespoon
Goma abura ( sesame oil ) - 1/2 tablespoon

How to make the rice roll:

1: Make a scrambled egg with a few salt, set aside
2: Cut vegetables lengthwise, thinly
3: Cut leak into bit pieces
4: Put A and the ground meat into the skillet, start heat at medium and saute . When the meat becomes brown, add the vegetables then stir fry for a while until it dried up. Set aside, let it cool
5: Place 1 sheet of dried seaweed on bamboo mat or wrapper, sprinkle a few salt over it, then press a thin layer of cooled rice on the seaweed ( it will be easier if you slightly wet your hands ). Leave at least 1/2 inch of the top and at the bottom edge of the seaweed uncovered ( it will be easier for sealing )
6: Arrange the egg and the mixed meat then roll from bottom to the top edge with the help of the bamboo or the wrapper tightly.
7: Cut into 10 equal sizes and put them into the lunch box.


You can put anything you like on your rolled rice-- like example for what I did on my recent lunch box, it is a wieneer and an scrambled egg, and mayonaise, rolled with rice and dried seaweed. You can also put some tuna mayonaise, lettuce and or any veggies of your choice for more healthier variations.

Remember, Practice is the key for a perfect roll ^_^ For Food trippers join us here. Chibugan na!!! \(^0^)/


26 comments:

Clarissa said...

Dear Friends,
Thanks for dropping by!!I'll be gone this weekend ( again )and hope to see you on your respective sites next week.Missing you all already ^_^

Have a great weekend to everybody!\(^0^)/

☆Willa☆ said...

wow! galing mo naman gumawa ng school lunch.Have a great weekend with your in-laws and take care!
FoodTripFriday

payatot said...

nakakapangatog naman ng laman itong post mo aling clarissa..ang sarap siguro nito ano? penge naman dyan, oi pag uwi mo dito sa pinas mag eb tayong lahat at ipagluto mo kami ng mga lutong hapon ha..!waaaaaaaaaaa..ang sarap naman..

Lucrecio Emerito said...

Take care, Claire, and have a nice weekend too. Meanwhile, I'll grab my chopsticks... :D

Dee said...

Sarap! I love rice rolls! Actually, I love Japanese cuisine so much!

Take care, Clarissa! Have a wonderful weekend! :)

eden said...

woww..ang sarap.. nakakagutom. pahenge naman..hehehe..

have a good weekend too.

Umma said...

Galing talaga ni Mommy Clangz mag prepare ng lunch box.. I wish I could do that too..

Happy weekend sa yo Mommy Clangz.. hope you'll enjoy your weekend as usual.

Enchie said...

Wow Mommy pagawa din ako :D everything looks great!

Cecile said...

Clang, ang sarap naman tingnan ng mga pagkain dito, niluto mo ba lahat yun?

shydub said...

Ang sarap naman ng mga pagkain dito clar, i think it need some expertise to make that kind of food you have right now. ang galing mo naman, walang free diyan hehehehe

mommy jac said...

Sarap nman ng nori- maki,and yung obento wow ang galing =)

chubskulit said...

galing naman ng foodie arrangement! Sa arrangement pa lang gutom na ako lol..

Jay - agent112778 said...

i really love Japanese lunch boxes.

Serving my food TRIP friday here

Anney said...

paglamon na namn ito! heheh! Thanks for sharing kung pano mo ginawa.

^`º_ßÖßËLLê^ª* said...

hay hay everytime i visit your blog I am always feel hungry kc naman po sistah ang galing mo magluto ng japanese food....

Meryl (proud pinay) said...

nice presentation! talagang katakamtakam sa tingin palang...penge naman nyan! ^_^

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Ang sarap naman ng mga pagkain na yan, Clarissa.
Paborito ko yang sushi. :)

Joops said...

Yum! You're a good chef Ms. ClarissA!

mommy jac said...

ops!!s Btw I have an award for you http://emotemylife.blogspot.com/

Dhemz said...

Mami Clang, tulo tuloy laway ko dito...hehehe...galing...super cook mommy ka talaga...great job!

♥peachkins♥ said...

wow..yummy naman...

Beng said...

sarap! dati gumagawa ako ng california maki....ngayon di na, wala kasi si hubby. mamaya magsasawa ako sa tempura at sushi! despedida ng aming friends ke hubby!

shaine said...

hmmm... yummy sis,, gumagawa din ako nyan kapag tinupak.


sis may award ako sau nakita mo ba?
nway ingat.

Maus said...

ginugutom mo talga kami riz.
pag nakakakita ako ng food here hayy umaandar appetite ko hehehe
may tag ako sayo sa http://www.aroundnaturespring.com ko..damuputin na lng po hehehe

Dana Telco said...

woah, it is look delicious.

Genejosh said...

Thanks sa greetings!

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