Black Sesame Tang Yuan - traditional Chinese dessert: glutinous rice ball that’s so juicy and creamy it will literally explode in your mouth.
Cruella de Vil's Arancini di Riso, for our Villains on Trial, Try 'em and Fry 'em Halloweeen themed party
Sicilian deep fried rice balls filled with ground beef and cheese.
Tang yuan (glutinous rice balls) with a black sesame paste filling, served with a sweet ginger broth
Sweet Rice Balls. A traditional Chinese dessert eaten to celebrate the beginning of winter.
The sandwich alternative : what a modern lunchbox should have, the onigiri
Korean Rice Cake Soup. If you're looking for a healthy meal, this is not your average cabbage soup.
Rice wine soup with sweet rice balls
Risotto Balls with Hatch Chiles, Fresh Corn, and Queso Oaxaca
Onigiri - Japanese rice balls
Zongzi - chinese rice balls rich in flavor and in history.
Got Sushi? I've been fearful of trying sushi for years, but now that I have, what was I thinking? Sushi is AMAZING!
These scrumptious Onigiri, Japanese rice balls, are filled with tomato, onion, and Applewood smoked bacon.
Purple onigiri (rice balls) made with salted kelp and green beans. Weird, but deeeelicious.
Versatile Baked Brown Rice Balls
What to do with leftover risotto? Why make Arancini of course!
Chocolate filled Sticky Rice Balls with Coconut. A Twist on the Classic Asian Sweet Treat.
Early spring is the time to enjoy uri. We pickled some in fermented rice bran and then made onigiri rice balls. Crunchy, fresh and pungent!
Muar Chee, or Malaysian sticky rice balls with ground peanuts. A sweet dessert.
Mediterranean Rice Balls - Gluten-free Finger Food
Tang yuan - sweet glutinous rice balls that are traditionally eaten during the winter solstice.
Dong Yuen (Glutinous Rice Dumpling Balls)
Pumpkin Shaped Rice balls (with celery on top). Healthy halloween snacks!