Furikake is a popular dry Japanese condiment meant to be sprinkled in cooked rice, onigiri, sushi rolls, sushi bake, udon noodles, salad, vegetables and or sandwiches. Typically, the mixture consists of sesame seeds, bonito flakes, seaweed nori, sugar, salt, msg, and will vary within each flavor.
Taste Profile: Savory, sweet, nutty flavor.
Usage: Use furikake to level up your dish, it will enhance the flavors and texture to your dish! Hence the word "fumi" which in Japanese is referred to as "taste-aroma."
Product of China | Net weight 1.7 oz (50 grams)
Ingredients: Sesame Seed, Sugar, Bonito, Seaweed, Salt, Corn starch, lactose, Maltodextrin, Potato, Egg yolk powder, Soy sauce (water, soybean, wheat, salt). Cooking wine (rice, water, salt, wheat), Sorbitol (0.2g Sorbitol per 100g serving), Beta carotene (colour), Disodium Succinate, Malic Acid, Annatto extract (colour), Disodium Inosinate. Absorbic acid. Contains: sesame, bonito, milk, egg, soy, wheat.
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