Used to make a wide variety of Asian noodle dishes, including the famous Pad Thai.These are excellent quality noodles that you will enjoy very much. The noodles should be soaked in warm (hot to the touch) water for about an hour or so depending on your preference.
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.
Delicate, subtle and refined, a fundamental Ingredient of Japanese cuisine. Haku Iwashi Whisky Barrel Aged Fish Sauce is Master crafted following ancestral methods dating back to the edo period, 400 years ago. Using only the Iwashi sardine from the Sea of Japan which is much bigger and fattier than its Mediterranean counterparts. Japanese Iwashi fish sauce is first aged 2 years before it is further refined and aged an additional 12 months in Japanese Whisky Barrels yielding a more mellow, delicate texture and flavor with an understated sweetness. Quintessentially the perfect finishing sauce.
Shichi is Japanese for “seven” and togarashi means “peppers,” hence the name “seven spice” referring to the number of spices (plus nori) typically used in this blend. While many variations exist, shichimi togarashi typically includes red chili peppers, sanshō or sichuan peppercorns, dried orange peel, black sesame seeds, white sesame seeds, ground ginger, poppy seeds and nori (seaweed).
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.