UMAMI dashi Bonito and kombu kelp

$6.50

13 In stock

Dashi that delivers warmth and nostalgia with Japan-made dried bonito and Rishiri kelp.

Consistent rich flavors are secured by sorting dried bonitos that always vary from one to the other depending on the day of the catch, batch and quality of fishes.

The combination of maximally extracted aroma of the smoked bonito and the abundant aroma of Rishiri kelp creates a wonderful synergy to intensify the natural features of the foods.

 

“No chemical seasonings or preservatives added”

This product draws on the natural umami flavors of its ingredients that have been brought out by scientific analysis as well as the skills and expertise of professionals developed over the course of many years without relying on the use of any chemical seasonings.

 

Net weight: 80g (10g packet x 8) (2.8 oz), 300g (10g packet x 30) (10.6 oz)

Shelf life: 1 year when stored in a cool place

How to store: Store in a cool, dry place, away from light

Ingredients: Dried bonito flakes, Sugar, Salt, Kombu kelp, Yeast extract, Starch hydrolysate (corn, potatoes, sweet potato), Soy sauce powder (Wheat, Soybean, Salt)

Food allergen info: Contains bonito, wheat, and soybeans

 

Nutritional Information

Serving size: 1 packet (10 g)
Calories: 30kcal
Total fat: 0g
Cholesterol: 10mg
Sodium: 730mg
Total carbohydrates: 3g
Protein: 4g
Product of JAPAN

 

How to use

【Basic clear dashi】

Add the dashi pack to a pot with 600 ml of water and swirl the pack around using a pair of chopsticks around 5 times. Bring the liquid to a boil over medium heat and simmer for 3 minutes before removing the dashi pack.

This dashi is perfect for dishes such as miso soup, chawanmushi, udon, soba, and various kinds of soup.

 

【Tearing the dashi pack before using it】

If you tear the dashi pack and add its contents directly to your dishes, you can give an extraordinary boost to the flavors of your dish.

You can use the contents of this dashi pack as a topping for onigiri and okonomiyaki, or as seasoning for dishes whose flavors you wish to elevate.

 

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