Voila (Sushi Rice) Short Grain Japanese Rice 1kg | Sticky Rice for Sushi

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Voila Short Grain Rice (Japanese Style)

Voila brings you the staple of Pan Asian cuisine with its Short Grain Rice. Voila Japanese Style Short Grain Rice has high content of starch as compared to other rice variants. It is shorter, plumper and sticks together while cooking. Hence it is good substitute to sticky rice. Voila Short Grain Rice is not only apt for Japanese dishes, but can be creatively used in various other Pan Asian cuisine like Korean, Thai and more.

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Voila Short Grain Rice | Sushi Rice | Japanese Rice | Sticky RiceVoila Short Grain Rice | Sushi Rice | Japanese Rice | Sticky Rice Directions to Use

1) Rinse and soak the rice for minimum 60 minutes. Add one fifth cup of water to 1 cup of rice (360 ml

of water to 300ml of rice).

2) Put the lid on and cook the rice in a pan at low flame until it starts boiling. Take off the lid and leave it at high flame for 4-5 minutes until water evaporates from the surface. Put on the lid and allow the rice to “rest” for minutes.

Voila Short Grain Rice

Japanese Rice Sushi Rice (Sticky Rice)

Voila Short Grain Rice is popularly used in Japanese cuisine to make sushi, onigiri and more. It can also be used as a perfect alternative to make Thai Mango Sticky Rice or the sweet rice pudding. Voila Short Grain Rice attains creamy texture once cooked and hence is perfect for your Italian Risotto. Not only it is tasty but also rich and healthy.


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Sushi Sticky Rice

Ingredients – Japanese short-grain rice, Kelp, Rice Vinegar, Sugar, Salt

Directions –

Cook rice with kombu using your preferred cooking method.Make “sushi vinegar” seasoning.Transfer cooked rice to a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or a Sushi oke.Season the rice with “Mizkan Sushi Vinegar.” Then, fluff the rice with a rice paddle using a slicing motion. Cover with a damp towel and ready to use.

Spicy Tuna Salad with Crispy Rice

Ingredients – 1½cups sushi rice, rinsed well, 1tablespoon plus 2 teaspoons unseasoned rice vinegar, 2teaspoons granulated sugar, Kosher salt (such as Diamond Crystal), 3scallions – trimmed, 2Persian or mini seedless cucumbers, 4(5-ounce) cans water-packed tuna (drained), ⅓cup mayonnaise, 1½tablespoons Sriracha, 2teaspoons soy sauce, 3tablespoons neutral oil (such as grapeseed).

Direction –

In a large nonstick skillet with a lid, stir together 2 cups water, the rice, 1 tablespoon rice vinegar, the sugar and 1 teaspoon salt. Bring to a boil over high heat, then cover, reduce heat to low and cook until rice is tender, 18 to 20 minutes.Meanwhile, thinly slice the scallions and cucumbers. In a large bowl, stir together the scallions, tuna, mayonnaise, Sriracha, soy sauce and remaining 2 teaspoons rice vinegar. Sprinkle the cucumbers with a pinch of salt.Make 4 or 5 small holes in the rice in the skillet, then pour the oil down the sides of the pan and into the divots.

Oyakodon (Chicken and Egg Rice Bowl)

Ingredients – 2cups Japanese short-grain rice, 1pound boneless, skinless chicken thighs, 1tablespoon sake, 1cup dashi, 2tablespoons mirin, 2tablespoons soy sauce, or more to taste, 1tablespoon granulated sugar, 1small onion, thinly sliced, 4large eggs, 2scallions, sliced, or 3, Togarashi (optional), for serving.

Direction –

Cook rice according to package directions.Meanwhile, stir chicken and sake in a bowl. In a measuring cup or bowl, stir dashi, mirin, soy sauce and sugar until sugar dissolves. Add more soy sauce or sugar to taste.In a deep medium frying pan (or an oyakodon pan), add dashi mixture and then onion.Bring the heat down to medium-low. Cook for 2 minutes, then flip each piece of chicken with a pair of cooking chopsticks or tongs. Continue cooking until chicken is just cooked through and onion has softenedIn a measuring cup or small bowl, lightly beat eggs. Bring the heat up to medium, and add three-quarters of the eggs in clockwise pattern over the chicken.

Voila Sushi rice is a short grain pan asian staple food
Sushi Rice is not only apt for Japanese dishes, but can be creatively used in various other pan asian cuisine like korean, thai and more.
Short Grain sushi rice is good for traditional sushi rolls, salads, and other asian dishes.
It is Health Friendly Grain
Voila Foods: For Healthy Lifestyle


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