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  • 1513 hime inarizushi no mot

Hime Inari Fried Tofu Wraps, 284 g Low in Stock (only 5 left)

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For easy, delicious, vegetarian sushi.

Hime's inari, or seasoned fried bean curd, is ideal for making your own vegetarian sushi in no time at all. Made by frying pieces of tofu in a soy sauce-based liquid seasoning, each of the fried tofu 'pockets' in this tin has a sweet/savoury flavour and soft yet sturdy texture. Stuff full of seasoned sushi rice and serve to guests, or indeed to yourself.

ITEM ID: #1513

Background

Tofu in Japan is similar to cheese in the UK or France, in that it is a delicacy that many connoisseurs of Japanese cuisine spend a lot of time consuming and considering. As well as being a delicacy in its own right, tofu is also the main ingredient in other Japanese foods, such as inari age sweet tofu pockets or abura age crispy fried tofu. For a great selection of tofu items, take a look at Japan Centre’s extensive Tofu range.

How To Use

These inari fried tofu wraps are shaped like pockets and are already cooked so can be prepared quickly.
• Gently rinse the pockets in hot water briefly to remove any excess oil.
• Prepare your sushi rice as detailed in our recipe guide.
• Add the sushi rice to the inari fried tofu pocket and serve.
• You can also add extra ingredients such as sliced carrots, burdock root and sesame seeds.

Item Detail

Nutrition

Per Serving (44g):
• Energy: 100kcal
• Protein: 5g
• Fat: 4.5g
• Carbohydrate: 9g
• Sodium: 350mg

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REVIEWS

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25-11-2015
Great quality, love making Inari sushi, this can is always dependable just fill the pockets with rice and veggies and go.
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10-05-2017
I use this as a treat for myself, and as a way to introduce friends to Japanese tastes. I usually stuff them with sushi rice and I might also eat them in strips with cold noodles.