I wanted to cook rice to use for making onigiri (Japanese rice balls). I wasn't sure about the nori sheet so rather than throw it in whole, I tore it into small pieces, which seemed to work fine and mix into the rice. I also only put half a tsp of sugar. After cooking for 20 minutes, I let it sit, (covered) removed from the heat, for a further ten minutes as I have seen in other recipes. When I was ready to use it, the consistency was great.
I ended up adding some furikake (Japanese rice seasoning) to the rice afterwards too.
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I wanted to cook rice to use for making onigiri (Japanese rice balls). I wasn't sure about the...