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Furikake Seasonings Flavor Ranking

We recently got a 10 new furikake (pronounced foo-ree-KAH-keh) seasonings for you! With so many choices, how does one discern which to choose? We created a chart featuring the flavor profile (sweet vs. salty) and texture (powdery to crispy) to hopefully help you choose.

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The versatile furikake seasonings can be generously sprinkled on rice, meat, poultry, fish, soups, and salad. Click on the links below to go to the individual product page.

1. Perilla Furkikake: shiso furikake is a rice seasoning for any Japanese rice dishes. “Shiso” means perilla, a minty plant, and “fumi” means flavor. This seasoning contains perilla sprinkles which has a sour flavor with a minty aftertaste. Sprinkle this on top of your onigiri for stronger flavor.
2. Seaweed Sesame Furikake : nori komi furikake is a rice seasoning used for any Japanese rice dish. “Nori” means seaweed. This seasoning contains sesame seeds and crunchy seaweed bits. It has the seaweed flavor and mixed with little bit sweet and salty. If you are looking for a seasoning with a strong seaweed flavor, we recommend this one.
3. Black Sesame Furikake: “goma shio” means salted black sesame. This seasoning contains toasted black sesame seeds with salt. Add this furikake to any Japanese rice dish to enhance its flavor and bring out the savory taste.
4. Veggie Furikake: yasai Fumi furikake is a mixed rice seasoning used for any Japanese rice dish. “Yasai” means vegetable, and “fumi” means flavor. This seasoning contains green and yellow dried vegetable bits, sesame seed, and crunchy seaweeds.
5. Shrimp Furikake: “ebi” means shimp and this furikake contains a medley of ingredients including sesame seed, shrimp, seaweed and potato bits.
6. Egg Seaweed Furikake : noritamago Furikake is a mixed rice seasoning used for any Japanese rice dish. Nori means seaweed and Tamago is egg, this furikake contains sesame, crunchy seaweed bits, bonito flakes and dried egg yolk sprinkles. It is one of the most popular flavors of furikake, and kids love it.
7. Kimchi Furikake: strong kimchi flavor but is not spicy, and the seasoning contains small crunchy seaweed bits and crunchy kimchi sprinkles. Simply pour on top of rice and your meal is instantly more flavorful!
8.Seaweed Bonito Flake Furikake: seto fumi furikake is a mixed rice seasoning used for any Japanese rice dish. Seto is a city of Japan and refers to the classic furikake flavoring, which includes a mixture with sesame seeds, crunchy seaweed bits and bonito flakes.
9. Seaweed Roasted Riceball Furikake - Wakame Chazuke furikake is a rice seasoning for a Japanese rice dish called Wakame Chazuke, which is created by pouring green tea over rice, and then adding the rice seasoning on top. This seasoning contains small, crunchy seaweed bits and tiny rice balls. The furikake has a very savory flavor and a nice crunch.
10. Katsuo Furikake - Katsuo Fumi is bonito flavored flakes, a staple in Japanese Cuisine, and is made from dried, fermented, shaved tuna fish. It contains sesame,bonito, and crispy seaweed bits. It is perfect for your rice, and good for eggs noodle and even pizza.

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