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Kezuri katsuobushi petals

Kezuri katsuobushi petals

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These petals are the sole and authentic Japanese kezuribushi, made in Yaizu, Japan, authorized in Europe.


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The Japanese have developed a unique culinary culture around fish, and in particular around katsuobushi, made by steaming striped-bellied bonito and then smoking and drying it.
The skipjack come from Micronesia, the ultimate in the field.
These fine petals, called usukezuri hasai, bring aromatic, subtle and elegant taste notes. The "Umami" is naturally very present.
Katsuobushi is a healthy, good, aesthetic, shiny, delicious and fragrant product.
Katsuobushi petals, ready to use sachet.

Our perfect combination : making dashi, infused in the bases of savory flans, bases of sauces, broths, omelets, vegetables, pasta, sautéed rice….
The culinary applications of this product will have no limits except those imposed by your imagination.

Making a dashi broth with katsuobushi :
. boil 500 ml of water in a saucepan.
. pour in your 15g bag of petals and let boil for 60 seconds.
. pass the broth through a colander to remove the infused petals, and do not squeeze them to avoid any bitterness.
Your broth is ready to be consumed or to be used for your culinary preparations.

Yaizu, Japan
15 g net
100% dried and smoked striped bonito (Katsuwonus pelamis)
Store in a cool, dry place away from light, heat and humidity. Once started, close the sachet tightly to maintain the freshness of the product, then place it in the refrigerator and consume within 7 days. In order to guarantee its freshness, this product has been packaged in a protective atmosphere.
Nutritional values
Per 100 g: energy 331 kcal (1399 kJ); fat 5.8 g, of which saturated fatty acids 2.0 g; carbohydrates 1.4 g, of which sugars <0.5 g; protein 68 g; salt 0.89 g
Recommanded use
Fishing method
purse seine fishing
Fishing zone
West Central Pacific, FAO 071

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