Japanese-Inspired Egg Rice Balls
Ready to try some new flavors? Our egg rice balls recipe combines sweet, sticky sushi rice with the satisfying texture of soft-boiled eggs. It’s simply irresistible! Packed with 6 times more Vitamin D (compared to ordinary eggs), EB eggs are the perfect ingredient to add nutritional value to this meal. Make this dish ahead of time and serve it as part of a buffet at your next BBQ or get-together. Believe it or not, this recipe is strikingly easy! You don’t need to be a whiz in the kitchen to get it right. Want to look like a pro chef? We’ve got you covered. When you’re done, you can garnish the rice balls with a slice of edible seaweed!
Make This Recipe
- 4 Eggland’s Best large eggs
- 1 cup Japanese short-grain rice
- 6 tsp rice vinegar
- 1 tsp sea salt
- 3 tsp sugar
- Kombu seaweed sheet (optional)
- Fill a pan with water and bring it to the boil. Add the Eggland’s Best eggs to the water and boil for four and a half minutes.
- Get the EB eggs out of the pan and set them in a bowl of ice-cold water for a few minutes. Set aside until later.
- Place the rice into another power of cold water. Stir the mixture, which should turn cloudy. Drain the rice. Repeat this process a few times until the water is clear.
- Next, put the rice into a bowl and cover. Leave for 20 minutes.
- Drain the rice once more and place in a rice cooker with water. Cook on high for five minutes. Bring the heat down to medium and cook for another 20 minutes.
- During this time, put the rice vinegar, sea salt, and sugar into a pan and place on medium heat. Cook until both the salt and sugar has dissolved, then keep on a low heat.
- Move the cooked rice into a large bowl and mix the sweet vinegar solution into it. The rice should become sticky and clumpy like such rice.
- Peel the EB eggs and slice each one in half. Roll an ⅛ of the rice into a ball and make a small dip for the egg half. Place the egg half into the dip with the yolk facing up. Repeat this for each of the egg slices.
- Optionally, use slices of kombu seaweed to garnish your egg rice balls. Serve cold.
Tip: These EB egg rice balls go great with a spicy dip. Make your own or buy one for your buffet ahead of time.
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|Serving Size||2 Pieces|