Pappadum is an Indian flatbread. Typically, it is prepared using black gram bean, rice, or lentil flour with salt and peanut oil added. The ingredients are made into a dough and formed into a thin, round shape similar to a tortilla. As the dough is prepared, the papadum is seasoned with black pepper. Papadums are cooked by deep-frying in oil, which causes them to expand and crispen. They may also be cooked by roasting them over an open flame, or even in a toaster oven. Depending on the cooking method they may be either soft and moist or crisp in texture. Most often served as a complement to a main dish, they are also eaten as a snack or as an appetizer to be topped with chutney, various dips or salsas. Commonly made in different sizes, the smaller ones are for snacks and the larger variety may be used as a food wrap.
Truly a treasure among the world’s greatest marmalades, Yakami Orchards Yuzu Marmalade simply combines ripe, fresh Yuzu Fruit, Cane Sugar & Honey. The perfect breakfast condiment, add it to tea or pair it with seared fois gras. Yuzu Marmalade is a staple on the finest cheese boards. Bright, fresh and floral, Yuzu Marmalade is a versatile ingredient for the finest chefs and home cooks alike.
Haku Black Garlic Shoyu is a truly extraordinary expression of the progressive next generation of Shoyu Masters from Kyoto Prefecture. Following traditions dating back 3,000 years, while introducing new techniques and ingredients to produce an exceptional product worthy of their ancestor’s approval. These master craftsmen have perfectly paired the individual qualities of Shoyu and Black Garlic to create a symphony of flavors unrivaled by any Shoyu today. Complex aromas of earthy must and fermented soy beans are present on the nose while flavors notes of Fig, Raisin, Molasses and subdued hints of Garlic fill the palate. Used in Japan as a finishing Shoyu or as a stand-alone ingredient, Haku Black Garlic Shoyu stands out among Japan’s great Shoyus.
Packed in a nice 24 oz glass bottle. Three Crabs is a product of Thailand and processed in Hong Kong. Ingredients: anchovy extract, water, salt, fructose & hydrolyzed wheat protein. Typically fish sauce does not have fructose and hydrolyzed wheat protein, and we believe those ingredients give the sauce a subtle sweet flavor. The fish sauce smell is somewhat muted compared to other brands.
A classic table condiment found throughout Japan, Yakami Orchards Yuzu Kosho has become a secret ingredient of America’s finest chefs. Fresh Yuzu Zest is combined with Fresh Chilies, Sea Salt and Konbu Seaweed to create a bright, spicy flavor profile with a subtle Umami finish. Incredible as a rub on meat & poultry, a wonderful condiment with sushi, add a dab to marinades, salad dressings, soups or eggs, or even toss with pasta. A must try for any Japanese cuisine enthusiast.