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Sesame with dashi furikake - 500 g


22,70 € tax incl.

Description : The dashi (Japanese broth) is the essence of the umami in the Japanese gastronomy. It is extracted from kombu and dried bonito. These high quality sesame seeds, combined with dashi and soy sauce have a profund tast full of umami. 

Caution : The optimum use-by date of this product is displayed in Year/Month/Day.

Flavor : Crispy with hazelnuts notes brought by the sesame and fullness of the bonito. 

Use : These seeds can be used in a lot of dishes : salads, fried vegetables, rice, pastas, marinades, fish and meat, cheese, coating. They are ideal to bring crispness and fullness to your preparations. 

Ingredients: White sesame (63,692%), Starch (12,101%), Sugar (6,369%), Flavour enhancer (E621, E635, E640, E509, E327) (5,487%), Salt (5,095%), Soy sauce (4,379%), Dried bonito (1,805%), Hydrolysated proteins (0,886%), Sweetener (Liquorice) (0,101%), Colouring agent (Carotenoid) (0,085%)

Allergens: Sesame, soybean, bonito, wheat

Preservation : Store in a cool dry place, away from light.

Origin : Japan

Shelf life : 14 months

Container : Plastic sachet

Also available in 52g (reference 587)

Gohan no tomo, the ancestor of furikake, was invented at the beginning of the 20th century by the pharmacist Yoshimaru Suekichi who thought to solve the issue of lack of calcium due to a food shortage in Japan by grinding together fish bones and other ingredients and sprinkling the obtained powder on rice. In 1934, Futaba took over the commercialisation of this seasoning, renaming it furikake. You can find at Umami some of Futaba’s most iconic products.

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