Japanese How to Make Furikake (Homemade Japanese Rice Seasoning Recipe) | OCHIKERON | Create Eat Happy :) by admin June 29, 2018, 11:13 am 35 Comments bentocalciumleftoversrecyclablerecyclereuserice seasoningsrice sprinklestopping condiment for riceお弁当かつおぶしカルシウムしっとりふりかけ出汁がらふりかけ昆布... See more Previous article How to Make Margarita Balls | Appetizer Recipes | Allrecipes.com Next article Italian Recipes on Weight Watchers 35 Comments Leave a Reply Everytime I make dashi, I throw the stuff away and thought it was such a waste! Now I can use all of those ingredients to make furikake!!!! Thank you for this recipe! Reply Thank you so much for this! I've been throwing my extra ingredients out after Dashi. I feel so foolish. lol. Subscribed! Reply Thank you I love your videos Reply i wanna eat her sushi Reply do u have any substitute for sake? Reply it's a shame i can't subscribe to your channel because of error 503 🙁you got excellent recipes.I'll just bookmark this page. more power to you ma'am! Reply any chance you know how to make kimchi flavored version Reply This is great! I always feel so bad throwing away my dashi ingredients (i use them twice to make a thin second stock but still feel bad). Furikake sprinkles can be expensive in the store and they always have lots of preservatives and too much salt! Thank you so much for posting this. Your channel is amazing. Reply sorry .. what is dashi ? Reply O_O HOW HAVE I NOT FOUND YOUR CHANNEL BEFORE NOW!!!!! Also I was wondering do you have any Beef Hot Pot recipes, or any Sunomono Recipes? Thank you for this channel I will be tuning in more ^_^ Reply This was surprisingly good to me! I will make it again for sure as I will make Oden again. Loved them both! 🙂 Reply yes you can Reply i wanna live in Japan so i can eat all that tasty food everyday!:) Reply Please make a vegetarian version!!!! Reply it also can use in sandwiches,nice^^ Reply there's still a certain amount of alcohol though even if you cook it Reply I can practically smell it.. Lol Reply あなたは BentoUSA に行きますか。com ？ なぜなら私はそれの上にウェブサイトから内容のいくらかを認識しますから。 Reply when you cook the sake the alcohol cooks away. Reply That dog bowl looks cute!And the dish looks delicious,too!♡ Reply Haven't the nutrients been cooked out into the stock already? Reply when you cook something with alcohol, the alcohol content will go away. so it's okay! 🙂 Reply I love furikake! I don't like plain rice so I add a lot of furikake. Reply seemed a little clumpy but maybe i'm spoiled by the dehydrated kind >:D Reply This…is a brilliant idea! Reply OMG thank you for uploading this, it's so hard to find furikake where I live!! Reply Can you do jelly bean Bento ? Reply the alcohol should be cooked off Reply This is genius! I'm always confused of what I should do with katsuobushi & kombu after I make miso shiru. Should I make this as soon as I take the ingredients out when making dashi or can I store it somewhere else to cook the next day? Reply that is really nice of you ^^ i hope you can make a video about stuff you do not eat often or don't like eating 😀 it would be very fun to know more about you as one of your fans 🙂 Reply happy halloween everyone:D Reply 20 minutes, at this temperature there should not be any alcool left at all in the furikake. unless it is religion base of if you have an allergy to alcool i would do it as mentionned the taste is way better. It is like Coq au vin or Boeuf bourgignon without the wime just not as good. Reply omggg! Your thumbs up at the end was so cute! Totally made me like it!! 😀 hehe I want rice & furikake now D: Please "send" some to me XD hehe Reply You are the best !! Reply It looks kind of delicious Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.