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Nagatanien Sansho Furikake 30g

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Nagatanien Sansho Furikake 30g

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what makes Nagatanien Sansho Furikake 30g different

Sansho, which has been popular as a spice and seasoning since ancient times, has been arranged into Nagatanien Sansho Furikake. The flavor and aroma of Sansho is combined with the sweet and spicy soy sauce flavor of furikake to create an authentic taste. It can be used as a condiment in addition to pouring over rice. Recommended for adults and those who want to enjoy the flavor of Sansho easily.

Ingredients

seasoning powder [lactose, salt, sugar, maltose, wheat flour, starch, soybean sauce powder (soybean), japanese pepper, matcha, soybean oil], sesame, flakes (wheat flour, starch, salt, sugar, soybean oil), aonori seaweed, chinese prickly ash / monosodium glutamate (e621), pepper, caramel coloring (e150a), flavoring, gardenia coloring, sweetener [sucralose (e955)], antioxidant [vitamin e (e306)].

Nutrition per 100 grams
Energy 1912kJ/457kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
22g
1g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
52.3g
2.7g
Protein 12.3g
Natrium (Salt) 9g
Best before date : 30.11.2023

The actual best before date of the shipped product may vary depending on stock availability.

Important Information

Product packaging, specifications, BBD and price are subject to change without notice. All information about the products on our website is provided for information purposes only. Please always read labels, warnings and directions provided with the product before use.

Circulation Carrier

Interburgo Netherlands BV, Vareseweg 1, 3047 AT Rotterdam
SSP Konsumgueter Trade & Consult GmbH, Philipp-Reis-Straße 15 B3/B4, 63128 Dietzenbach
Kreyenhop & Kluge GmbH & Co. KG, Industriestraße 40-42, 28876 Oyten
JIK GmbH, Siemensring 91, 47877 Willich (Münchheide I)

Ingredients

seasoning powder [lactose, salt, sugar, maltose, wheat flour, starch, soybean sauce powder (soybean), japanese pepper, matcha, soybean oil], sesame, flakes (wheat flour, starch, salt, sugar, soybean oil), aonori seaweed, chinese prickly ash / monosodium glutamate (e621), pepper, caramel coloring (e150a), flavoring, gardenia coloring, sweetener [sucralose (e955)], antioxidant [vitamin e (e306)].

Nutrition per 100 grams
Energy 1912kJ/457kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
22g
1g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
52.3g
2.7g
Protein 12.3g
Natrium (Salt) 9g
Best before date : 30.11.2023

The actual best before date of the shipped product may vary depending on stock availability.

Important Information

Product packaging, specifications, BBD and price are subject to change without notice. All information about the products on our website is provided for information purposes only. Please always read labels, warnings and directions provided with the product before use.

Circulation Carrier

Interburgo Netherlands BV, Vareseweg 1, 3047 AT Rotterdam
SSP Konsumgueter Trade & Consult GmbH, Philipp-Reis-Straße 15 B3/B4, 63128 Dietzenbach
Kreyenhop & Kluge GmbH & Co. KG, Industriestraße 40-42, 28876 Oyten
JIK GmbH, Siemensring 91, 47877 Willich (Münchheide I)

2 57€
FREE Standard Delivery within Germany except islands on orders over 60€. Details
30g = 2,57 €
inc. tax plus shipping costs
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You will receive it on approx. Sat, 04 - Mon, 06 February if order within 22 hrs 40 mins.

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Dried Rice Seasoning in Korea und Japan

The sprinkle known as Japanese Furikake was invented by Suekichi Yoshimaru who was a pharmacist. Beginning to sell bottles by adding seasoning, roasted sesame seeds, poppy seeds, laver, etc. so that people who dislike fish can sprinkle on rice.

Furikake keeps evolving, new products are on the rise. Not only is it changing the white rice deliciously, but also it is used as seasonings for udon noodles, soba, spaghetti toppings, salad dressings, and so on. it is also widely used to make rice balls. Because of its easiness to turn white rice so special, japanese and korean use furikake to make rice balls for their children, who love rice balls, and for a picknick.

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