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Hayashi Kyuemon Kyuuemon Awase Dashi Seafood Seasoning (Powdered Soup Stock)

Regular price $12.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $12.00 USD
Tax included.

This natural dashi is made from dried bonito flakes from Kagoshima, dried sardines from Nagasaki, Japanese shiitake mushrooms, and kelp from Hokkaido, with no artificial seasonings, preservatives, added flavor, or salt. The fish used are crushed and packaged in a bag with both nutrition and taste intact. As soon as you open the bag, the soft and rich aroma of the ingredients spreads. The dashi broth also retains its flavor and can be used for further cooking. The dashi pack comes in a non-woven tetra pack that maximises the use of the product volume compared to conventional square packs, making it easy to make clear and delicious dashi at home.

Recommended Serve and Use

Put water and dashi packet in a pot (400ml water for 1 packet), turn on the heat, bring to a boil, simmer over medium heat for 2 minutes, then turn off the heat and remove the dashi pack. Add seasonings of your choice to taste to enjoy. You can also use the contents of the pack as is for furikake (sprinkled on rice) or stir-fry.

Net Content
150g (10g × 15packs)

Best Before
Store at room temperature out of direct sunlight, high temperature and high humidity

Storage Instructions
Avoid direct sunlight and store at room temperature

Dried baby sardines (manufactured in Nagasaki), dried bonito (manufactured in Kagoshima), shiitake mushrooms (made in Japan), kelp (made in Hokkaido)   Product of : Fukuoka
* Please note this product is made from fish and may contain traces of bones.
* The product is made at a factory that manufactures products containing mackerel.

Hayashi-Kyuemon-Shoten Co., Ltd.

Postal Code 812-0882 5-23-17 Mugino, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka, JAPAN

Founded in 1885 as a store specializing in dried bonito flakes. Since then, we have continued to make Katsuobushi using traditional methods. Kyuemon's commitment and duty is to take the time, care, and skill to make the best use of the wonderful material of dried bonito. Our products, which make the most of the "dashi" (soup stock) that only a store specializing in dried bonito can offer, do not use chemical seasonings or preservatives, but rather take full advantage of the flavor of the ingredients.