Inari soy bean pouches are a seriously tasty part of inari sushi They have an almost omelette texture but with a sweet/savory taste.
How to make inari sushi
It's so easy, just open the tin and take out one inari pouch. Open and stuff with freshly cooked sushi rice. (optionally you can mix in some furikake rice seasoning to spice the flavour up) Either then seal the inari pouch and eat with a shoyu and wasabi dip or you can add other fillings too.
Try leaving the pouch open and pop in some tempura salmon / king prawns or tempura veg such as carrot sticks or peppers.
Inari sushi is so easy to make and looks very impressive. Most of all inari sushi is seriously tasty!
fried bean curd (water, SOYBEANS, SOYBEAN OIL, firming agents: E511 and E509, Anti-foaming agents: hydrogenated palm oil, E504, rice bran wax and SOYA LECITHIN, sugar, soy sauce (water, DEFATTED SOYBEANS, salt, WHEAT, glucose, E621, liquorice extract, acid: E270), water, fermented seasoning (glucose, alcohol, fermented rice seasoning (rice, salt, alcohol), salt), flavour enhancer: E621
|- of which saturates||1.8g|
|- of which sugar||18g|