Katsuobushi - Bonito flakes, Usukezuri - 100 g - bag

Katsuobushi - Bonito flakes, Usukezuri

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item number: 33131
100 g bag   € 16,72 *
(€ 167,20 / kg)
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Last date of minimum durability: 29.6.2022    Up to Ø 475 days from date of shipment.  ?

Bonito, also known as blue fish, is a type of tuna from the mackerel family. Fish plays a very important role in Japanese cuisine, but because of its idiosyncratic taste is rarely used as a sushi topping and mostly in flakes (katsuo-bushi) as a seasoning. To make them, the bonito is first cooked. The fish is then smoked and dried several times until it becomes very hard. The flakes are then scraped off the fish using a special tool. With their strong, salty aroma they are mainly used for soups, e.g. B. used for dashi broth.

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