This will be the first in a series of yaki onigiri（焼きおにぎり) posts.
Yaki onigiri are essentially baked or pan toasted rice balls seasoned with soy sauce, mentsuyu and other ingredients.
If you’ve never had this before it’s a pretty tasty snack and you can make mass produce them and then freeze the leftovers for a later time if you don’t end up eating them all.
The image below is the rice mold that I use to make the triangle shape, if you dont have one of these you can use plastic wrap and your hands as an alternative.
Like a novice I screwed up and didn’t push down hard enough when I was making the omusubi (triangle shape rice) and it just fell apart on the pan. Don’t let this happen to you.