Traditional Fish Flakes Rice Topping Furikake by Hsin Tung Yang 8 oz

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SKU TW-109

Fish flakes are a very popular food item in Taiwan, and they are commonly seen on dining table throughout three meals (yup, from breakfast to dinner). While kids enjoy it with toasts, most people use it as rice topping, similar to Japanese furikake rice topping. Some also serve it with chilled tofu along with scallion and soy sauce. Some call it the savory version of “cotton candy”, dry,  flakey and finely shredded, and of course, delicious! 

  • Facts 8 oz. Product of Taiwan. 
  • Ingredients Marlin, tuna, sugar, pea flour, palm oil, soy sauce (water, soybean, wheat, salt, sugar), salt. 

Fish flakes are a very popular food item in Taiwan, and they are commonly seen on dining table throughout three meals (yup, from breakfast to dinner). While kids enjoy it with toasts, most people use it as rice topping, similar to Japanese furikake rice topping. Some also serve it with chilled tofu along with scallion and soy sauce. Some call it the savory version of “cotton candy”, dry,  flakey and finely shredded, and of course, delicious! 

  • Facts 8 oz. Product of Taiwan. 
  • Ingredients Marlin, tuna, sugar, pea flour, palm oil, soy sauce (water, soybean, wheat, salt, sugar), salt. 
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