Furikake is simply the ingredient all Japanese jazz up their plain bowl of rice or their onigiri rice ball, just sprinkling it over rice and letting it enhance it with many delicious flavours, while, the the same time, adding useful nutrients, such as protein and calcium.
Kui dōraku (食道楽 or shoku dōraku) furikake is an extraordinary rice seasoning based on sesame seeds and bonito whose name means "gourmet" and is also one of the most beloved furikake in Japan.
Made with carefully selected ingredients by the same company founded by the inventor of furikake itself, Suekichi Yoshimaru, is a mixture of various ingredients, among which sesame seeds, slightly spicy tuna, green kelp and soy sauce stand out: just a teaspoon is enough to transform a bowl of white rice, enriching it with color and intense flavours, rich in umami.
Beside rice dishes, it can also be used to season tofu and side dishes. 50g.
White sesame seeds, dried fish, sugar, lactose (milk), wheat germ, salt, soy sauce (water, salt, defatted soybeans, wheat, alcohol), egg yolk powder, dried seaweed, starches, flavor enhancers: E621, E640, E635, E509 and E327, aromas, aonori seaweed, fermented seasoning (glucose syrup, fructose-glucose syrup, sugar, rice, alcohol, salt, rice koji), yeast extract , colors: E160C, E160A, and E101, dextrin, protein, hydrolyzed condiments (soybeans, wheat), garlic, licorice extract, antioxidant: E300
Once you've tried it, there's no going back to the simple bowl of white rice again!
10 cm x 6 cm x 6 cm