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Marumiya Wakame Furikake Rice Mix: Umejiso

Furikake, which literally means to sprinkle over, is a versatile Japanese seasoning that is popular with rice dishes like onigiri. But this flavor savior can do so much more. The combination of the salty nori, acidic umeboshi (salted preserved plum), and roasted white sesame seeds can enhance the flavor of any dish, whether it be fish or a cream cheese bagel. For more info on what furikake is, check out the Bokksu Blog!

What Is Furikake?

Furikake is a confetti-like seasoning that gives any dish a boost of umami-rich flavor. Typically, furikake includes a blend of katsuobushi (dried and shaved bonito flakes), nori (toasted seaweed), and sesame seeds. You can also find furikake flavored with egg, shiso leaf, umeboshi pickled plums, and other tasty ingredients.

How Do You Cook With Furikake?

Furikake seasoning is most commonly used on rice, like donburi rice bowls,  onigiri, or musubi. But it’s an incredible topping for everything from roasted vegetables to salmon to even popcorn!