- Servings: 4
- Preparation time: 5 minutes.
- Stuffing time: 1 minutes each.
- Total time: 6 minutes.
One cloudy day in Tokyo, Japan our family planed to go to long drive; on the way it was snowing and the plan was to visit Fuji san, but due to Covid-19 it was closed. We visited nearby park of Fujikawaguchiko, enjoyed a lot of snowfalls. We took so many beautiful photographs of our life-time memories.
There was excitement all around, we headed in a Japanese restaurant for lunch and ordered Inari sushi, authentic and delicious; and that’s the moment I decided to prepare and upload the “Inari sushi”.
In my opinion it is one of the easiest sushi to make at home, it is vegetarian and one of the popular sushi for bento box, picnic and for afternoon breakfast too.
Enjoy the bite of deliciousness…
- Tofu packet: 10 no.
- Sesame seed: 2 tablespoon
- Cooked Japanese rice: 100 gm (rice)
- Salt: 1 teaspoon
- Sugar: ½ teaspoon (optional)
- Dressing vinegar: 3 tablespoon
- In a bowl, add vinegar, sugar and salt; stir well until salt and sugar gets dissolved, (it will take couple of minutes) sushi seasoning is ready, keep aside.
- Dry roast the sesame seed on lower flame, keep aside.
- Put the rice in a mixing bowl, add sushi seasoning and roasted sesame seed; mix well. Divide the prepared rice (sushi rice) into 10 parts, make it oval shape ball, and keep aside.
- Stuff the sushi rice ball into the Inari pocket; tuck the edge of Inari and decorate the top or can close the pocket, see the photos.
- “Inari Sushi (いなり寿司)” is ready to be served. Serve with wasabi paste or dip.
Inari Sushi (いなり寿司)(Inarizushi/oinari-san) by Nag Ratna Sahu is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.