Furikake is a mixture of seaweed and sesame, roasted and salted in dashi before being reduced to powder. It was invented during the Second World War to decorate the bowl of rice of Japanese sailors. Very popular in Japan, there are many different flavors. This is the premium range from Futaba, the originator of furikake.
Flavor: Rond et profond, avec des notes fumées.
Use: Sprinkle it at the last moment on your fish, salads, noodles, rice and tofu.
Storage: Keep away from light, heat and moisture. After opening, close the bag tightly and consume quickly.
Ingredients: White sesame, wasabi taste pellets, nori, starch, sugar, soy sauce, salt, dried mackerel and mackerel, aonori seaweed, wheat sprouts, dextrin, wasabi and nozawana rod ocons, corn starch, kombu emincé, of extract, fermented seasoning, spices.