Dashi broth is the base, the root of the Japanese cooking. Dashi broth to infuse or concentrated is well appreciated by professionals or everyday cookers for its usefulness and for the variety of existing flavors : dashi broth with dried bonito, dashi broth with oysters, dashi with shrimps… You can find it in any Japanese grocery store.
<p>For the making of a good <a href="https://www.nishikidori.com/en/34-dashi">dashi</a>, the secret of taste lies in the careful selection of kombu. Dashi is delicious only if it combines 3 major criteria: color, taste, smell. <br /><br />Depending on the origin and type of kombu, the color, taste and smell are totally different. The flavor is sometimes good but the taste and color are lacking. <br /><br />The kombu used for making the dashi proposed here is Makombu from Donan (south of Hokkaido), which is said to produce a rich aroma, a rich flavor and a beautiful color. <br />The manufacturing technique of our craftsman is secret: it was taught only to the first disciple and was never disclosed outside. For plum ume dashi, the choice of plum was essential for the coloring of the infusion. <br />Kishu’s Nanko ume variety is the one selected, in its freeze-dried form. In combination with shiso, you can smell the taste of fruit and shiso without altering their flavors. <br /><br />For products in the Naniwa Kombu Honpo range, the important elements to remember are: <br />1. Dashi like no other, full of sweetness <br />2. No dye and preservative <br />3. Quality raw materials from Japan: • Makombu from Hokkaido • Japanese mushrooms • Japanese raw sugar • Wasanbon syrup from Kagawa • Ehime salt (Hakata).</p>
<p>No coloring, no additives, no preservatives, no flavor enhancers. A range of <a href="https://www.nishikidori.com/en/34-dashi">dashi</a> broth with flavors increased by 20%. <strong>Seto Tekko</strong> craftsmen give you access to a professional quality dashi broth. <br />Dose the amount of dashi stock depending on strength and use sought.<br /><br /></p>