This Asian taste sensation is the Japanese equivalent of salt & pepper
Sweet, salty and crunchy
Sprinkling over steamed rice and noodles, eggs, salads, soups, pasta and sushi rolls
As seasonings go, furikake is as common in Japan as salt & pepper is in America. It is mainly used to sprinkle over steamed rice and noodles, but it is also used with eggs, salads, soups, pasta and sushi rolls. This all-natural classic blend of sea vegetable and sesame seeds combines for a sweet, salty and crunchy Asian taste sensation!