Founded in 1883, Sesame master Takehiro Wada of Wadaman has specially blended this Furikake. It’s both crunchy, nutty, salty and sour all at the same time. With an attractive colour and texture, it is an extremely versatile ingredient.
Traditionally Furikake is most often used to garnish rice but there are no end of innovative ways to use it. It’s great as a ‘Japanese dukkah’ with bread and butter or extra virgin olive oil, or as a coating for goats chevre.