Korean rice balls, or jumeokbap, are extremely simple to create and require only a few ingredients. In this dish, they're filled with tuna mayo and topped with furikake. They are ideal as a snack or as part of a meal.  

Jumeokbap is one of the easiest Korean snacks to make - truly, even your kids can do it! Ideal for a quick on-the-go snack or a delicious picnic treat. It's similar to a circular variant of onigiri or samgak kimbap, but smaller!  

These tuna mayo jumeokbap are a bit of an improvement. Normally, we combine all of the ingredients and form them into balls, but here we've added a yummy filling inside for an extra yum factor!  

Jumeokbap (주먹밥), popularly known as "fist rice," received its name because it resembles small rice fists. Imagine squishing rice with your hands into these adorable, spherical fist-shaped balls.  

I recently ordered tuna jumeokbap at a restaurant in Hongdae, Seoul (see photo below). My friend and I ordered several items, including jumeokbap.  

It is often served in a huge bowl with rice topped with a variety of fillings, allowing you to make your own rice balls!While the basic version is produced with plain rice,  

jumeokbap can be made more tasty by including different ingredients during the shaping process. Seasoned veggies, minced beef, and other savoury fillings are common additions.  

sticky short-grain rice – either use Japanese sushi rice or Korean short-grain rice, both known for their stickiness. Other rice varieties won’t quite cut it for jumeokbap, as they won’t hold their shape well.

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