Furikake from Dashi Leftovers

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Furikake from dashi leftovers

Don’t throw away leftover kombu seaweed and bonito flakes! Mottanai! It can be cooked into delicious furikake. Furikake means “to sprinkle over”. This is perfect to sprinkle over rice!
Prep Time 0 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Servings 4 people
INGREDIENTS
  • kombu seaweed (leftover from dashi)
  • bonito flake (leftover from dashi)
INSTRUCTIONS
  • Cut kombu seaweed to stripes and chop bonito flake.
  • Combine kombu seaweed, bonito flakes, soy sauce and brown sugar on a pan and heat with middle heat.
  • When the liquid is gone, add sesame seed and it’s ready.
NOTES
Japanese people love. There are multiple ways to enjoy rice, this is one of them. Furikake means “to sprinkle over”. This is perfect to sprinkle over rice.
I was surprised when I bought sesame seeds for the first time in Finland, the aroma was very mild. The ones I brought with me were from a different world. I realized that it’s because the seeds I bought were not roasted.
It’s easy to roast sesame seeds. I strongly recommend to roast sesame seed for future cooking, they are tasty and useful. Please check it out.
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