Simple, yet utterly packed with immense umami flavor, this humble Japanese Garlic Fried Rice is the perfect answer to the question "what shall i do with all this leftover rice??" Every single grain is laced with that garlicky goodness that just bursts in your mouth.
Lightly seasoned rice containing Spicy Kimchi Tuna or Salmon Furikake and topped with furikake seasoning make great lunches or snacks. Or you can fill them with whatever you want, getting creative with what you have.
Sticky rice, also known as Japanese rice, becomes sticky when it is cooked, and is used frequently in Japanese cuisine--particularly sushi. However, it can be served with a variety of different dishes. Using this simple method, you can make your own sticky rice in an electric rice cooker. This recipe makes approximately four servings.