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LaPan
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3 years ago

It must've been months ago I read about this Asian spice mixture, ordered it online, and it arrived today.

Any idea what it is and how to best use it?




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3 years ago

Togarashi! Great in ramen, bentos, or just sprinkled on cucumbers
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Mike Z wrote:Togarashi! Great in ramen, bentos, or just sprinkled on cucumbers
Sounds good! Thanks for the explanation.
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3 years ago

Saw on Master Chef somebody used it for steak rub


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3 years ago

Try it sprinkled over eggs too!
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3 years ago

Use it wherever you want a spicy kick with some complexity. Supporting flavors include orange, sesame, and nori (seaweed). When your supply runs out, it's readily available at Asian grocers, and well-stocked regular grocery stores.
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3 years ago

We love shichimi togarashi and furikake on our popcorn. There's a little sugar in the furikake so they combine to make a nice sweet and spicy flavor.
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