Furikake rice seasoning is normally dried, crunchy granules of vegetables, meats, seeds, and other flavoursome foods. The intense savoury/umami flavours of furikake make it ideal for sprinkling over foods with plain flavours. In Japan furikake is normally sprinkled over rice, but it will often also be used on pasta or plain toast. Explore Japan Centre's entire range of furikake in our Rice Seasoning section.
Per 100g: • Energy: 1632kJ/390kcal • Fat: 12g (of which Saturates: 0g) • Carbohydrate: 56g (of which Sugars: 5g) • Protein: 14g • Salt: 10g
Nothing ia better than furikake sprinkled on a bowl of white rice. Healthy meal that can be eat at any time of the day !
On breakfast rice
It’s a decent product, I chose it due to the fact I’m not a fan of fishy tasting foods. It does contain bonito flakes which still give it a fishy taste, leaving me to be a tad bias on the product. But, overall it’s decent and I imagine it would be tasty to those who enjoy that sort of flavour!
Handy for a quick & light snack as all you need is rice and it's so tasty
Much more in the packet then I expected. You don't need a lot, like half a teaspoon for one serving. Will certainly last me a while with the long expiry date. Although advertised as vegetable, it has bonito(fish flakes) as an ingredient too and it's quite strong. Wouldn't recommend if you don't like salty or fishy flavours.