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Crunchy, smoky, savory exterior with a soft and slightly sweet center!
When the rice is cool enough to handle, sprinkle about 1/4 teaspoon of salt on your hands, take 1/4 of the rice and squeeze it together. When it comes together in a ball, form it into a triangle with your hands. Your goal is for it to be in the shape as shown in the picture for easier grilling. Continue until you have four triangles and all the rice is used up, salting your hands with 1/4 teaspoon of salt before making each one.
Heat oil in a medium frying pan over medium heat. Grill the triangles and when the bottom starts to get crispy, rotate it onto another side. Continue until all sides are crispy.
Lower heat to medium and brush soy sauce on all sides of the triangles. Continue grilling for another 5-10 minutes, brushing and rotating every other minute or so.
Note: This recipe is gluten-free if you use gluten-free soy sauce.
Adapted from Just One Cookbook.
I’ve found that almost everyone has their own way of making rice. In my rice cooking method, I first soak the rice, then drain it and then toast the rice along with spices until it’s fragrantly nutty. To accentuate the nutty flavor in this recipe, I add toasted sesame seeds and toasted coconut, which is a fun twist on a classic pot of rice.
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