Sushi Rice Seasoning Mix for Chirashi from Japan by Nagatanien, 10.5 oz (298g)

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SKU JP-708

Chirashi sushi is a bowl that contains sushi ingredients such as fish, seaweed, and rice. With chirashi meaning "scattered" a chirashi bowl is a flavorful mix of sushi ingredients that can be enjoyed anywhere. Only requiring sushi rice and protein making chirashi sushi just became much easier thanks to this seasoning mix pack. With ingredients like lotus root, carrots, mushrooms, and bamboo shoots this seasoning mix pairs well with tuna and salmon but can also be enjoyed on its own topped on rice.

To make Chirashi sushi:
1. Cook 2 cups of rice
2. Place warm cooked rice in a large bowl, and add one seasoning packet. Mix quickly.
3. Sprinkle seaweed topping, and serve.

With a product lineup consisting of many different products such as ochazuke, furikake, instant miso soup, souzai-no-moto, noodle products, and sushi rice seasoning Nagatanien products have earned customers' patronage through different age groups and countries. This is the driving force behind their ability to propose new values, reflecting contemporary trends with originality and ingenuity and to create new markets.

  • Ingredients: Seasoning Packet: Sugar, lotus root, water, carrot, rice vinegar, sorbitol, dried gourd strips, bamboo shoot, japanese mushroom (shiitake mushroom), salt, soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt), corn syrup, sweet cooking rice wine (mirin [glutinous rice, rice koji, alcohol, dextrose, water]), kelp extract, plum extract, yeast extract, bonito powder, palatinit (reduced platinose), sucralose.Topping Packet: Seaweed. Contains bonito, wheat, soybeans.
  • Facts: Product of Japan

Chirashi sushi is a bowl that contains sushi ingredients such as fish, seaweed, and rice. With chirashi meaning "scattered" a chirashi bowl is a flavorful mix of sushi ingredients that can be enjoyed anywhere. Only requiring sushi rice and protein making chirashi sushi just became much easier thanks to this seasoning mix pack. With ingredients like lotus root, carrots, mushrooms, and bamboo shoots this seasoning mix pairs well with tuna and salmon but can also be enjoyed on its own topped on rice.

To make Chirashi sushi:
1. Cook 2 cups of rice
2. Place warm cooked rice in a large bowl, and add one seasoning packet. Mix quickly.
3. Sprinkle seaweed topping, and serve.

With a product lineup consisting of many different products such as ochazuke, furikake, instant miso soup, souzai-no-moto, noodle products, and sushi rice seasoning Nagatanien products have earned customers' patronage through different age groups and countries. This is the driving force behind their ability to propose new values, reflecting contemporary trends with originality and ingenuity and to create new markets.

  • Ingredients: Seasoning Packet: Sugar, lotus root, water, carrot, rice vinegar, sorbitol, dried gourd strips, bamboo shoot, japanese mushroom (shiitake mushroom), salt, soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt), corn syrup, sweet cooking rice wine (mirin [glutinous rice, rice koji, alcohol, dextrose, water]), kelp extract, plum extract, yeast extract, bonito powder, palatinit (reduced platinose), sucralose.Topping Packet: Seaweed. Contains bonito, wheat, soybeans.
  • Facts: Product of Japan
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