Furikake, the most convenient rice topping. It can be stored at room temperature and, as the name suggests, can be sprinkled on rice to add flavor. It is also convenient for making rice balls.
The one we found at the supermarket this time is Omoriya's "Temptation Furikake. The name is quite aggressive. The packaging is also flashy, using gold and silver colors. Immoral taste! Come and get it! The "I'm a fan of the food," "I'm a fan of the food," "I'm a fan of the food," and so on.
The lineup includes "Temptation Furikake Ebi Ika" and "Temptation Furikake Beef Buta". The purchase price at the supermarket was 178 yen each (tax not included).
Omoriya Temptation FurikakeThis furikake with tenkasu is similar to the "devil's rice balls" that have been the talk of the town in recent years. The beef pig contains dried minced meat, while the shrimp and squid contains dried shrimp and squid powder.
Almost identical in appearance. The large pieces of dregs have a strong presence.
Tempting sprinkled beef pigFirst is "Beef Buta". It has a basic sweet and spicy flavor, and ingredients include nori, egg, bonito, and sesame. You can enjoy the crunchy texture of the crunchy tenkasu and the crunchy texture of the meat tenderloin. The moment you eat it, it's meat! The flavor of the meat spreads softly as you bite into the rice.
Tempting sprinkled shrimp squidShrimp and squid" has the same base as beef pig. Dried prawns are added instead of the meat tenderloin for a savory taste.
The biggest difference is the mayonnaise flavor! It has a richer flavor and is a bit more okonomiyaki-like. I think this one is more addictive.
The key to both is the crunchy tenkasu. The contrasting textures with the firm rice make the chopsticks go faster. Onigiri (rice balls) are not bad, but they are best when dry. Please enjoy them with freshly cooked rice!