5 MIN Homemade Senbei Rice Crackers (Japanese Snack Recipe) | OCHIKERON | Create Eat Happy :)



Crispy and Tasty Senbei (rice crackers) in 5 minutes 👍

I used to make this when I was small 😋🍘

You can add the seasonings of your choice and arrange it in the way you like!!!

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5 MIN Homemade Senbei Rice Crackers (Microwave Japanese Snack Recipe)

Difficulty: Very Easy
Time: 5min
Number of servings: 6 pieces

Ingredients:
60g (2.1oz) rice
1 tsp. soy sauce
1 tsp. black sesame seeds *optional

Directions:
1. Season the rice with soy sauce and sesame seeds, mix very well.
2. Divide it into 6 pieces, then form them into balls using plastic wrap.
3. Place the rice balls in between parchment papers and flatten with your hands.
4. Place the flattened rice on the parchment paper uncovered on a microwavable plate, then microwave on medium (600w) for 2.5min. Flip them over then microwave on medium (600w) for another 2~2.5min. If you think the rice crackers are not cooked enough, you can microwave 30sec more. Be careful not to bur them. When the surface turns brown inside may be black 🙁
5. Leave to cool, then the rice crackers will become crisp.

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28 thoughts on “5 MIN Homemade Senbei Rice Crackers (Japanese Snack Recipe) | OCHIKERON | Create Eat Happy :)”

  1. Oh my goodness Ochikeron thank you so much! My kids and I made this tonight for snack and we had so much fun. I was a little worried because I am not very skilled in the kitchen but your tutorials are so easy to follow even I can do it! Ours turned out really great! Thank you again and I hope you and your lovely family are doing well.

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  2. Thank you ochi!! I made these last night with leftover rice from dinner and they were crunchy and tasty 🙂 I made some extra to have with tea in the morning but they became chewy again overnight…oops hehe. Still tasty! Hope you and your family are taking care <3

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  3. This looks like it tastes really good. I feel like i can smell them lol. I might try and make them tomorrow.

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  4. These sound yummy!! And a good way to use up left over rice! I am definitely going to try this for my boys!

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  5. I love senbei but they can be expensive to buy at my local Japanese market. I definitely need to try this recipe 😀

    Your kids are adorable. I love how your son thanked you and both of them doing the outtro at the same time haha!

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  6. I don't really trust my microwave (it is old and every microwave is different) is there another way to make them? Would it work in the oven or in a pan? I don't want to waste food 🙁

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  7. I still do a double take every time I realize your daughter is nearly six years old! I remember when you announced you were pregnant!

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  8. Just a little outfit appreciation. Your sense of style is amazing! I always love what you're wearing and the accessories you pair with it. 👌

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  9. omg they look so yummy and easy to make

    i took karuta lessons when i studied in japan, and it's a lot of fun. i couldn't memorize all the poems though lol but we started out with an easier version

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  10. That looks easy enough! Will try it out soon! And so fun to see your kids helping out and playing games too. 🙂

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  11. oh my god ochi your kids are getting so big now, i remember just the other day i was watching your videos before they were even born. time really does fly

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