About the product
Dashi exists at every single kitchen in Japan. It’s one of the most important elements in Japanese food. Usually, dashi is just fish stock but this bottled dashi has soy sauce, mirin and sugar in it so you don’t need worry about how much of the other seasonings you need to add when you cook. This dashi is Kansai style so the color is lighter than standard dashi. It tastes savory and slightly sweet. You can simply add this dashi to anything you desire. You don’t need to measure anything but just water and this dashi so it fits perfectly in your busy life. It will help you to cook like a Japanese gourmet chef without the hassles.
The first time the word dashi was first introduced in Japan was Muromachi period which is from approximately 1336 to 1573. It is believed that dashi was mainly used by Buddhist monks to cook vegetarian dishes. Their dashi was made from kelps, dried daikon radishes, mushrooms and so on. Then people started to add dried sardines or bonito flakes to it in Edo period.
This contains flour and soy beans.
How to prepare
Some examples of what you can make with dashi:Osuimono (Japanese style clear soup): dashi 1/water 15-20Noodle soup: dashi1/water 9-10Tempura sauce: dashi 1/ water 4-5Nimono (Japanese stew): dashi 1/ water 4-5Chawanmushi (Japanese savory egg custard dish) dashi 1/ water 11-13
Ingredients & Nutrition
This product contains soy sauce, sugar, mirin, bonito flakes, seafood extract, konbu extract .
Volume: 500ml × 6 bottles
Calories: 1 tablespoon (18g) 19kcal
Salt Equivalent: 2.4g
This product is not suitable for anyone with allergies to wheat or soy.
The recommended shelf life for this product is 12 months.
Origin of ingredients
Specialty: Additive Free, Non-GMO