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These happy little breakfast balls will revolutionize your bacon and eggs.

If you’ve never savored a Japanese rice ball, known as onigiri, you’re about to enter a world of delicious simplicity. These easy-to-craft, portable and healthy little pouches can be made vegetarian, vegan, pescatarian or fully carnivorous, and they’re an attractive and crowd-pleasing way to get your lunch on. Join Japanese writer, author and TV host Sonoko Sakai and discover onigiri her way. 

This onigiri is a little fatty from the eggs scrambled in butter and the bacon. If you like, you can hold it all together by wrapping it like an envelope.

Reprinted with permission from Rice Craft