15 Asian Ingredients That’ll Expand Your Taste Buds

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If you’ve never tried Furikake, please run to your nearest Asian grocery store right now and pick up a jar — you won’t regret it. 

In case you’re unfamiliar, Furikake is a dry seasoning, usually a mixture of seaweed, sesame seeds, salt, and herbs. It can be sprinkled on rice, fish, veggies, or any other dish in need of a little something extra. 

Aside from the popular nori (seaweed) flavor, there are also many other varieties like ume (pickled plum), wasabi, and shiso (dried perilla leaves). Regardless of what flavor you go for, Furikake will add the perfect savory flavor to any meal.

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