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Uses for Shiso Fumi Furikake other then putting it on rice.

YAYME Feb 28, 2014 07:55 AM

I got a jar of this at the local Asian supermarket taking David Chang's advice to grab someone you don't know about and try it. I like it, it's pretty good. However, what do I with it other then add it to cooked rice?

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  1. c oliver RE: YAYME Feb 28, 2014 08:23 AM

    Wellllll, this IS partially rice :) But I got the tip here to heat up some leftover rice, top it with a raw egg (you could use poached), then a little soy and furikake. Great breakfast!

    1. Silverjay RE: YAYME Feb 28, 2014 08:27 AM

      Soba, scrambled eggs or omelet, season grilled fish or chicken with it, green salad, or mix with azuki beans or edamame for bean salad.

      1. Ttrockwood RE: YAYME Feb 28, 2014 08:31 PM

        I'll put that stuff on anything! Most often on cucumber slices, salads, baked tofu, roasted veggies, noodles.....
        My favorite way so far is on edamame.
        I'm sure its good on fish since the seaweed has some ocean flavor to it, tho i haven't tried that myself.

        1. mariacarmen RE: YAYME Feb 28, 2014 11:46 PM

          cottage cheese

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            Glicoman RE: YAYME Mar 1, 2014 04:45 AM

            sprinkle it on buttered popcorn.

            1. fldhkybnva RE: YAYME Mar 1, 2014 10:17 AM

              You can use it as a crust for any sort of meat - fish works well, I enjoy it on ahi tuna and swordfish but you can also use it on chicken or pork.

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