How to Make Teriyaki Chicken Onigirazu
What’s up everyone, I’m back with Togashi and I’m learning how to make a new thing today. You might have heard of Onigiri, which is those little triangle rices and you kinda pull the plastic and eat it. We’re doing a simpler version today called Onigirazu. And it means, “Without molding.” So you don’t have to actually mold it into the triangle. Okay, today we’re doing Teriyaki Chicken. Togashi: Teriyaki chicken. Martina: Teriyaki chicken with teriyaki sauce from scratch. Togashi: Yeah. Martina: Woooaaahh! Martina: Okay, let’s go! Chicken? Togashi: Chicken. Martina: I’ve never seen this part of chicken! Togashi: *speaking Japanese*: We just need to make it thinner. Togashi: *speaking Japanese* We want to make this flat. Martina: Just the way it is? Togashi: Yeah. Togashi: Teriyaki sauce. Martina: Teriyaki sauce. Martina: Mirin (captioner’s note: mirin is a type of sweet rice wine for cooking) Togashi: Mirin. Togashi: *humming* Stop! Togashi and Martina: Soy sauce. Togashi: Go go go go go go…stop! Martina: This is Sato (?)? Togashi: Sato. Martina: Okay, one spoon here. Togashi: Okay. Martina: Okay. *stirring noises* Togashi: Okay. *speaking Japanese* Next, let’s fry the chicken. Martina: Mm-hm. On the stove? Okay. *captioner’s note: Mid-tempo, happy jazz is playing throughout most of this video* Togashi: No oil. Martina: No oil? Really? Togashi: Two minutes. Martina: Two minutes. *timer beeping* Togashi: Two minute! *sounds of chicken popping in the hot pan* Martina: It sounds really angry! Martina: Is there a Japanese sound? Togashi: “Pachi Pachi.” Martina: Pachi pachi? Togashi: Pachi pachi pachi! Martina: Pachi pachi pachi! I like that. The splattering sound? Pachi pachi pachi pachi! Togashi and Martina: 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. *timer beeps* *sounds of the food hissing* Togashi: Woo! Martina: Flipping? Togashi: Yeah. Okay. Togashi: *cooing like a pigeon???* One minute! Martina: That smells really good! One minute. *timer beeps, Martina imitates the beeping* Togashi: Finish! Togashi: Open! *chicken sizzling* Martina: Teriyaki sauce. Togashi: Go! Martina: Chicken smells SO good right now guys. Martina: It smells totally awesome! I really didn’t know how easy it was to make teriyaki sauce. I feel pretty stupid right now. Martina: Freshly steamed rice, okay. We’re using rice that we cooked in the rice cooker, but you guys can use like, microwavable white rice. Martina: Okay. Nori (dried seaweed). Togashi: One. Martina: One? Okay. Martina: Nori is seaweed. So there’s the SHINee side and then there’s like the rough side. You wanna have the rough side up. Togashi: On the rice. Martina: On the rice. Togashi: Teriyaki sauce. Martina: Teriyaki sauce. *record scratch* Martina *laughing*: The whole chicken? *EXO’s “Wolf” plays in the distance* Martina: This seems like a Simon Meal(tm) right now. This is like, a LOT of chicken. Togashi: Rice. Martina: More rice, okay. Wow, this is a Manwich right now. *soft crackling sounds from the seaweed paper* Togashi and Martina: 1, 2, 3, 4. Okay. 1, 2, 3, 4. Togashi: *humming* Martina: Okay, you’re making it really tight. Togashi: Bam, bam! Martina: Like making bread! Martina: Cutting in half. *quiet knife sawing noises* Both: Finished! *sexy, funky food porn music plays while Martina and Togashi make admiring noises at the food* Martina: I love- that is awesome! Oh my god. Togashi: Very easy. Martina: Wow, really easy, look at that! Who wants that for a sandwich? I do. This is great! Togashi: Like that. Martina: Ahhhh, and you can leave it on so your hands don’t get disgusting. *classic Simon and Martina food tasting music plays* Togashi: *laughs* Martina: Mm! Mm, mm, mm! That is really good. I feel like you could make a lot of different versions of these. Wanna try some? Simon: Of course! Martina: I think these would do well with a layer of ranch, Simon. Simon: *slightly muffled* This is great! Martina: Isn’t that great? Simon: Feels like an upgraded version of a sandwich. Martina: That’s what I was saying. Simon: I know! Instead of bread, you have rice. Martina: And you know, it’s really warm right now, but if you popped it in the fridge and it was cold, you could easily take it on a picnic lunch. Simon: You could bring this to work if you want. Martina: Yup. Simon: This was so fast to make as well! Martina: Do you wanna take your half sandwich and leave? Simon: Ya! Martina: You go, Mister! Martina: You go on your way, okay? Okay. So, Togashi and I are gonna work on some more cooking videos today so make sure you subscribe. Those videos will be coming out as well. If you’re looking for the original recipes, Togashi has a website with all the recipes up, and more, as well as these amazing little instructional videos. So please check that out. He is the chef, after all. I hope you guys are looking forward to more cooking videos coming up soon.