How do I spice with furikake?
Sprinkles Furikake from a bowl only when eating rice, pasta, soup or vegetables over the food. Then sesame, algae flakes and salt crystals are still crispy. A classic of Japanese cuisine is seasoning rice with Furikake. Here come to 200g rice two teaspoons of the spice. You just give the spice directly on the hot rice. Then you mix him well with a spoon. The algae flakes are then automatically soft and are a good taste.
Where does Furikake come from?
Sure, the algae spice comes from Japan. Originally it called "Gohan No Tomo", which means that "friend for rice"
Furikake - What are the ingredients?
Our Asian spice is manufactured in our manufactory and consists mainly of sesame, salt, sugar and dulse algae. We completely refrain from preservatives. Therefore, it is not so durable as long as comparable products from the supermarket. An essential component is the Dulse Alge