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Shichimi Togarashi

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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.

Often just called shichimi, there are variations to the formula depending on which region in Japan you travel to - often, more than seven spices are included. Use as a condiment for spicing udon noodles, soups, nabemono (one-pot dishes) and yakitori. Its delicious crunch is irresistible.

Use in udon noodles, soups, nabemono (one-pot dishes) and yakitori. Try with miso butter on seafood, vegetables and meat.
Chilli, black sesame, golden sesame, orange peel, blue poppy, white poppy, Sichuan pepper, aonori.
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Reviewed by Gabrielle E.
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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There’s a party in my mouth!

Thank you! My scrambled eggs, my ramen are all singing again! I love this spice mix. It’s perfect and so high quality. I recommend this to everyone!

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Reviewed by draganaa.o
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5 Stars

This really isn't as chilli as it sounds - it has very minimal heat which makes it super versatile. It is an interesting spice blend that changes depending on what you make it with so you experience a subtly different taste of it each time.. which I love since I enjoy experimenting with recipes often! So far I've used this with avocado mash on toast (amazing), as coating on grilled white fish (aaamazing), and in my scrambled eggs (also amazing).

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