Matcha has long been talked about as a good medicine in Japan, and modern research has demonstrated its health benefits.
Unlike other green teas, matcha takes powdered tea leaves into the body as they are, not an extract, so it is attractive to be able to ingest nutrients and water-insoluble components.
It is attracting attention as a “superfood” along with chia seeds, acai, and quinoa.
3 Minutes To Cook Easy & Healthy Matcha And Salt Japanese Rice Ball
- 1/2 cup brown rice (cooked and warm)
- 1/2 cup quinoa
- 1/2 tsp of matcha
- 1 sliced sudachi (or lime or lemon)
- 1/2 tsp salt
- Mix the all ingredients
- In a small bowl, drape with some plastic wrap.
- Sprinkle salt on the plastic wrap.
- Put in some rice into the bowl.
- Use the plastic wrap to envelop the filling, and shape into a ball.
- Top with sudachi.
- Tips: Make sure it is compacted enough to hold its shape, but do not squeeze so much that the rice grains smush.Twist the top, and you have a nicely wrapped rice ball!"