Treat Tuesday: Inari Sushi

Get this. It really isn't a treat, but it tastes like it. It is the most delicious Japanese food that I have ever tasted! My Obaachan (Grandma) was here this past week and we made some inari sushi. They, the grandparents, know that our family LOVES this and so they were decked out with some when they got off the plane and gave it to us. It was so delicious!

So, if you want to know how to make the most delicious food in the world read on. If not, well, let's just say you are missing out.

What are you waiting for? Let's get started!

(Makes about 80 inari's)

9 Cups   Sticky Rice (Asian Rice)
40   Aburage (Inari Skins--You can find them at an Asain store)
14 oz. pkg   Peas, Chopped Carrots, or Chopped Mushrooms
1 pkg          Dashi
1 Cups        Sugar
1/4 Cups     Soy Sauce
3 Cups        Water
1 Cup          Vinegar
3/4 Cup       Sugar

Rinse all of the skins. Get all the gross oils out!

Cut the skins in half.
Carefully open the middle of the pouches. That is where the rice will go!
Mix the sugar, soy sauce, dashi, and water over low heat until boiling.

Once boiling, put the inari skins in the pot. Don't stir with chopsticks, since it will cut holes in the pouch. Drain each pouch before putting them on a plate. DO NOT PUT THE JUICE DOWN THE DRAIN!

Wash the peas and put them in the leftover juices on the stove. Leave in until boiling.
Mix sugar and vinegar. Spoon rice in a bowl, and take a spoonful of vinegar/sugar mixture and slice through it. Once finished, add peas and mix well

Then...stuff the pouches with rice.. and
They taste amazing. I love this recipe

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