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Nori Tsukudani - 80g


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Kombu seaweed broth, soy sauce (soybeans, wheat, salt, alcohol), sake (rice, malted rice, alcohol), 9.5% nori seaweed, mirin, sugar, oboro-kombu vinegar

For allergens, see ingredients in bold

Energy 138 kcal (583 kJ), Total Fat 0.6g of which saturates 0.32g, Carbohydrate 22.6g of which sugars 9.3g, Protein 7.2g, Salt 3.8g

As a topping for rice: Spread a small amount over a bowl of hot steamed rice for a savoury umami flavour addition.

Onigiri filling: Mix with rice to use as a filling for onigiri (rice balls). It adds depth of flavour and moisture to the rice ball.

Sushi rolls: Use as a filling for sushi rolls. It pairs well with ingredients like crab, avocado, cucumber, and salmon.

Salad dressing: Mix with a bit of soy sauce, rice vinegar, and sesame oil to create a savoury dressing for salads.

Dipping sauce: Dilute with a bit of soy sauce or mirin to create a dipping sauce for vegetables, meats, or tofu.

Nori tsukudani is a traditional Japanese dish made from seaweed that has been simmered in soy sauce, mirin (sweet rice wine), sugar, and sometimes sake or dashi (Japanese soup stock). The seaweed is typically shredded or cut into small pieces before being simmered in the sauce until it becomes thick and concentrated.

Intense Flavour

Tsukudani itself refers to a cooking method in Japanese cuisine where ingredients are simmered in soy sauce and other seasonings until they become intensely flavoured and slightly sticky. It is a preservation technique that was historically used to preserve seafood, vegetables and other ingredients, allowing them to be stored for extended periods.

Rich, salty and sweet seaweed

Nori tsukudani is commonly enjoyed as a condiment or topping in Japanese cuisine. It has a rich, salty-sweet flavour with a slightly chewy texture, it pairs well with rice or can be used as a topping for dishes like sushi or onigiri (rice balls). It's also sometimes served as a side dish or snack on its own.

For ideas see How to use to use above.

Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Refrigerate after opening.

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