Chiyo no Ichiban - Dashi 50 bags

¥2,490
Resume:

Dashi is the basic broth of Japanese cuisine. It is used in many Japanese dishes (udon, soba, ramen, miso soup...) and is usually made from konbu seaweed and dried bonito flakes (but the ingredients and the recipe may vary). It is often found in powder form in the shops, but also in granules, in bags or even ready in bottles.

Made from 100% local raw materials.

Chiyo no Ichiban - Dashi 50 bags

Ingredients: Flavor ingredients (dried mackerel powder, shiitake mushroom powder, dried bonito extract, dried kelp extract, dried tuna powder, dried sardine powder), salt (made in Japan), sugar, dried bonito soup granules, seasoned dried bonito powder, soy sauce powder, yeast extract/seasoning (amino acids, etc. ), contains wheat, mackerel, soy

Preparation:

  • Put a bag of dashi in a saucepan with 500ml of water
  • Heat until boiling
  • Reduce heat to low and simmer for another 5 minutes

JAN: 4523271003502

Data sheet

Taste Salty
Size Familial
Difficulty of preparation Easy

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