Shichimi Togarashi ("shichi" meaning "seven" and "mi" meaning "taste"; "togarashi" is Japanese dried red chilli) is a popular Japanese seven-flavour seasoning, containing dried chilli mixed with several distinct spices.
Use in udon noodles, soups, nabemono (one-pot dishes) and yakitori. Try with miso butter on seafood, vegetables and meat.
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Sweet and spicy, these Miso Butter Pippies with Shichimi Togarashi are loaded with flavour! First, these clams are covered with a butter mixture and then using garlic, ginger, miso and shichimi, you can bring an umami-rich coating to these delightful little bites.
Beautiful on its own with a side salad or served over hot ramen, this Miso Grilled Chicken is baked in a mixture of Oishii Instant Ramen Blend and oil, then served with a sprinkle of Shichimi Togarashi.