It seems that local Okinawans eat such "salt rice crackers" with chocolate or margarine. I see, it's a trendy "little addition". Then, the En-eating editorial department decided to put various kinds on "salt rice crackers" and verify what would be the most delicious.
Below, we will introduce the top 5 “little additions” ingredients voted by the staff. After reading this, please give it a try. All are recommended.
■ Butter + jam (strawberry, blueberry)
As you can see from the fact that Okinawans eat margarine, "salt rice crackers" go well with butter. And as is well known, butter and jam are compatible, so the conclusion that "salt rice crackers" and jam are also compatible is naturally drawn by the syllogism.
It's as delicious as I expected. Since the rice crackers are dry, they have a crunchy texture and go well with the thick and juicy jam. Viscous jam is a substitute for "glue" and does not crumble when bitten. It's easy and easy to eat, so it looks good for breakfast.
■ Butter + condensed milk
If the chocolate goes well, the condensed milk should go well. I tried to see what would happen if I combined all the sweets.
Does sweet condensed milk and salty "salt rice crackers" match? Good compatibility to blow away the concern. The principle of taste combination is the same as "salt caramel". The sweetness and saltiness play a harmony, and they enhance each other without canceling either out. Even people who are not good at condensed milk because it is too sweet may be able to eat it deliciously.
■ Cream cheese + honey
A Western wind that suddenly blows into the tradition of Okinawa. I put a combination of cream cheese and honey on an iron plate on a "salt rice cracker" as if it were on a pancake.
Too delicious. The sour cream cheese and "salt rice crackers" go well together. The rich sweetness of honey adds an accent to it. According to the eating survey, the ratio of cream cheese 7: honey 3 is the best. Please adjust it to your liking.
■ Put in corn soup
So far, we have turned "on" plus alpha to "salt rice crackers". However, here is the idea of reversal. I decided to "in" the "salt rice cracker" into something, so I crushed it into corn soup.
"Salt rice crackers" play the role of "crutons". Moderate saltiness blends well with sweet and sour corn soup. If you like the crunchy and firm texture, you can cut it into large pieces and dip it in the soup. For those who like a soft, fluffy texture, it's a good idea to cut it into small diced pieces, add it to the soup, and stir well before eating.
■ Nori + kimchi + natto
Finally, I would like to introduce the best combination for beer snacks. Up to this point, I've tried "a little addition" of sweets, but I'm sure that salty ones will go well with the salty "salt rice crackers". So I put glue, kimchi, and natto on it.
The appearance was unpopular among the staff, seaweed + kimchi + natto. But when I try to eat a bite ... you see, it's good!
"Salt rice crackers" play a tray-like role and you can eat without getting your hands dirty. This is only the taste of kimchi natto ... until then, but the crunchy texture of the rice crackers adds an accent to the fluffy natto and the crispy kimchi. You can think of it as a positive factor. “Natto kimchi salt senbei”, which is a combination of dried and spicy foods, is ideal for beer snacks.
■ Conclusion "Salt rice crackers" are suitable for anything
I'm sorry to say that I have no body or lid , but as a result of the verification, I found that "salt rice crackers" are basically suitable for anything .
First of all, "salt rice crackers" are dry, so they usually go well with spread-type rice crackers. Also, because it has a light taste, it does not kill the taste of the combined ingredients. "Shio Senbei" was a hidden star candy that could be the main character or a supporting character to complement other things.