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Seasoning Powder Awasedashi

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Size & Weight

Content 50g


Country of manufacture: Japan

Ingredients: Bonito flakes (manufactured in Japan), dried sardines, Rausu kelp

Shelf life: 1 year from date of manufacture

Storage Method
Store away from direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity.

Nutrition Facts (per 2.2g) (estimated value)
Energy 7.33kcal
Protein 1.33g
Fat 0.11g
Carbohydrates 0.26g
Salt equivalent 0.07g


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    This dashi powder is a 3:1:1 blend of high-quality dried bonito flakes, dried sardines, and kelp, processed into a fine powder that is pleasant to the palate.
    The blend of kombu, which is characterized by its richness, enhances the flavor.
    It can be used as a dashi to drink by mixing with hot water, as a soup stock, as a salad dressing, for yakisoba noodles, or as a finishing touch for fried rice.

    How to use:

    1. Put 1 teaspoon (about 2.2g) of this product in a cup
    2. pour in about 150ml of hot water, and stir while consuming (the powder will settle out).
    3. The amount of hot water is for reference only.
    4. Adjust to taste.

    It can also be used as it is as dashi in a variety of dishes.