Chilli Con Carne Rice Sandwich (Onigirazu)

I tried some tinned chilli con carne and it was so delicious I decided to use it in a rice sandwich and it worked really well!

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 1 Prep: 5 min Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Tinned chilli con carne 2 tbsp
Lettuce leaf 1
Mayonnaise 1 tbsp
Honey 1 tsp
Egg 1
Cooked rice 100-110g
Nori sheet 1
Salt a pinch

Method

1
This is the Stagg chilli con carne I bought from Morrisons. I used the spicy dynamite one on the left.
2
Put some oil in a frying pan and make a fried egg sunny side up.
3
These are the ingredient to be wrapped in the rice. Microwave the chilli con carne in a bowl for 20 seconds. Mix the mayonnaise with the honey.
4
Sprinkle the salt onto the cooked rice and mix well. Place some cling film on a board and lay the nori sheet in a diamond shape on top. Put on half the rice and spread out to a flat round.
5
Add the lettuce then the chilli con carne and spread out to cover the rice. Drizzle the mayonnaise over the top.
6
Top with the fried egg from Step 2, then the remaining rice.
7
Lift the top and bottom corners of the nori with the cling film and fold in to the centre, pressing firmly at the top.
8
Repeat with the left and right corners and press firmly to secure.
9
Wet the knife and cut in half together with cling film. You can cut to make squares or diagonally to make triangles.
10
Transfer to a dish. I put too muchfilling this time so looks a bit messy (but it was delicious!).

Tips & Note

●The red dynamite chilli is quite spicy so use the yellow classic version if you don't like it hot
●There's plenty of chilli con carne in one tin, you can easily make 7 or 8 of these sandwiches

Chilli Con Carne Rice Sandwich (Onigirazu)

I tried some tinned chilli con carne and it was so delicious I decided to use it in a rice sandwich and it worked really well!

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 1

Prep: 5 min

Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Tinned chilli con carne 2 tbsp
Lettuce leaf 1
Mayonnaise 1 tbsp
Honey 1 tsp
Egg 1
Cooked rice 100-110g
Nori sheet 1
Salt a pinch

Chilli Con Carne Rice Sandwich (Onigirazu)

Recipe ID :1549 Posted on 15 JAN 2016

Serves 1

Prep 5min
Cook 5min
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I tried some tinned chilli con carne and it was so delicious I decided to use it in a rice sandwich and it worked really well!

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2 tbsp
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1 tbsp
1 tsp
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100-110g
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Method

Prep
5min
Cook
5min
1
This is the Stagg chilli con carne I bought from Morrisons. I used the spicy dynamite one on the left.
2
Put some oil in a frying pan and make a fried egg sunny side up.
3
These are the ingredient to be wrapped in the rice. Microwave the chilli con carne in a bowl for 20 seconds. Mix the mayonnaise with the honey.
4
Sprinkle the salt onto the cooked rice and mix well. Place some cling film on a board and lay the nori sheet in a diamond shape on top. Put on half the rice and spread out to a flat round.
5
Add the lettuce then the chilli con carne and spread out to cover the rice. Drizzle the mayonnaise over the top.
6
Top with the fried egg from Step 2, then the remaining rice.
7
Lift the top and bottom corners of the nori with the cling film and fold in to the centre, pressing firmly at the top.
8
Repeat with the left and right corners and press firmly to secure.
9
Wet the knife and cut in half together with cling film. You can cut to make squares or diagonally to make triangles.
10
Transfer to a dish. I put too muchfilling this time so looks a bit messy (but it was delicious!).

Tips & Note

●The red dynamite chilli is quite spicy so use the yellow classic version if you don't like it hot
●There's plenty of chilli con carne in one tin, you can easily make 7 or 8 of these sandwiches

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