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Nabe dashi (10 packages) [Plant-based powder with 11 kinds of vegetables and mushrooms]

¥1,600

It is a plant-based powdered dashi that combines 11 kinds of vegetables and mushrooms.
If you use it as a hot pot dashi, aboutPut 1 pack in 400 ml of boiling water and simmer for 3-5 minutes to create a well-toned intensity for 1-2 people.

When making it for 3 to 4 people, in addition to a pack of pot dashi, it is lightly seasoned with salt or soy sauce, or if you eat it with ponzu etc. as a sauce, it will have a rich taste.

In addition, it is recommended to put noodles such as porridge, ramen and udon after the pot. The first pot is simple with dashi stock, the second pot is seasoned with ponzu, the third time is creamy with cheese and soy milk, the fourth time is a spicy pot with kimchi and soy sauce... it is fun to eat while enjoying the taste change.

(You can eat vegetables and mushrooms more deliciously by baking them in a frying pan and then in a pot!) )

Of course, it is not only a hot pot, but also a delicious dashi even if you use it for soup or drink it as it is.

Contents 7.0g × 10 packages
/ 7.0g × 3 packages
Raw materials Salt (seawater (domestic), vegetables (daikon radish, carrot, burdock, red shiso, onion, celery, ginger), sugar, mushrooms (shiitake mushrooms, enotake mushrooms), seaweed (kelp, Asakusa nori), soy sauce, sake, (including wheat and soybeans)
 Allergens Wheat, soybeans
 Nutritional information
(per package 7.0g)
*This display value is a guide
Energy 15.7 kcal
Protein 1.0 g
Fat 0.1 g
Carbohydrate 2.7 g
Salt equivalent 2.9 g
Best before date 1 year from production
How to save Store at room temperature in low humidity to avoid direct sunlight
a manufacturing plant Marusan Foods Co., Ltd. Factory No.2
1-16-1 Mikasagawa, Onojo City, Fukuoka Prefecture

 

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I am caught in miso soup. There are 2-3 kinds of ingredients such as vegetables, mandan, oil, mushrooms, etc., and miso balls made by mixing red and white miso, grated onions, and apple cider vinegar. The dashi was a zero-ingredient miso ball and enough was a tatemae, but to the place where I thought there was nothing wrong, I got oh! dashi from the valentine's old man friend and tried it, compatibility. I became a fan completely. I also love the tomato flavor. With less life left, oh!dashi... Say hello to me for many years to go.

 

I often drink dashi as a change of pace during office work! We also use dashi when making other dishes such as egg grilling (as a replacement for coffee)! Name Otayu Noske Age 20s

Even if you drink it normally, it is oily, but it can be used for cooking without the hassle of dinging shiitake mushrooms! It is not only good for Japanese cuisine, but also for Chinese and Italian, so the repertoire that can be made immediately has increased! I think that I can still arrange it, so I will continue to use it in the future. Olive oil + salt or vinegar or lemon juice + various oh dashi dressings were better than I thought....!! It is recommended! Blown highlights😊 20s

 

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