Well, I should probably explain the name.
Gomoku rice is a popular Japanese rise dish.
You combine uncooked rice, broth (usually soy sauce based), and basically anything you like, typically vegetables, meat, or/and fish, and cook everything together.
You can use a regular pot and cook on a stove, but I typically use my rice cooker, which makes the whole process very easy.
Gomoku means five items, but that does not mean that you can only add five things.
In this one you find carrot, Shiitake mushrooms, dried Daikon radish, fried bean curd, and peas.
I decided to make it into Onigiri this time.
Onigiri means a rice ball, and often times they are made into this triangle shape and you wrap it with roasted seaweed sheet.
I enjoyed it with miso soup, pickled beet, and “egg” bake for breakfast.