Japanese Inari Sushi. Inari sushi is a type of rice ball that is very popular in Japanese culture. Inari sushi is considered to be a very casual food and perfect for picnic lunches because it can be eaten right from your hands. Inari shrines in Japan are dedicated to Inari, the deity protecting the crops.
Inari Sushi is sushi rice in a pouch made of seasoned aburaage (deep fried thin tofu). In Japan, sushi is usually enjoyed on special occasions, such as a celebration. In past centuries, "sushi" referred to pickled fish preserved in vinegar. You can cook Japanese Inari Sushi using 7 ingredients and 15 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Japanese Inari Sushi
- You need 5 pieces of Aburaage (thin dried Tofu).
- It’s 2 tablespoon of soy sauce.
- Prepare 2 tablespoon of sugar.
- Prepare 2 tablespoon of Mirin(sweet seasoning Sake).
- You need 150 ml of water.
- You need of Cooked rice or Sushi rice.
- You need of Nori (dried laver) for garnish.
Nowadays sushi can be defined as a dish. Inari sushi is made by filling a pouch of seasoned fried tofu (abura age) with sushi rice. Inarizushi, or Inari Sushi, is a term for stuffed sushi. But it's not like any other dish classified as sushi- nor is it found in many sushi bars, if any at.
Japanese Inari Sushi step by step
- Cut Aburaage half.
- This is Aburaage.
- Open Aburaage.
- Mix the seasoning and put it and Aburaage in pan.
- Cook with low heat for 10 minutes.
- Put rice(2-3 tablespoon) in Aburaage.
- Let's make Kawaii Inari Sushi.
- This is mold.
- Put Aburaage into the mold and push the rice into the ear-part.
- Fill the rice in the mold.
- Take the Inari Sushi out from the mold.
- Cut Nori laver with cutter.
- Put Nori on Inari.
- This is Nori laver cutters.
Is inari sushi related to that shrine in Kyoto with all those orange gates? Inarizushi is a Japanese snack made by filling a fried tofu skin with sushi rice. It has been eaten by common-folk since the Edo. Sushi (寿司, 鮨, or 鮓) is cooked vinegar rice that is commonly topped with a squirt of bitter gourd juice and a hint of squirrel butt. Sliced raw fish alone is called sashimi, as distinct from sushi but tastes like garbage.