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Shichimi Togarashi – Japanese Seven Spice

  • Japanese 7 Spice Shichimi Togarashi

    Shichimi togarashi literary means “seven flavor chili pepper”, and it’s a mixture of red chili flakes, sansho (Sichuan pepper), sesame seeds, nori, shiso (perilla), dried mandarin or orange peel, hemp and poppy seeds.  It is usually sprinkled on hot udon noodle soup and many other dishes to add flavor, spiciness and aroma.

    Japanese 7 Spice Shichimi Togarashi

    My favorite brand is Yawataya Isogoro Shichimi Togarashi and you can purchase it on Amazon. You won’t miss this bright color tin in a spice aisle at the Japanese grocery stores!

    Shichimi Togarashi

    You can find S&B brand Shichimi Togarashi on Amazon and Japanese/Asian grocery stores.

    See also Ichimi Togarashi.

    Ichimi Togarashi

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    When we have a sudden craving for sashimi we usually buy from our local Japanese supermarkets. If you don't have a reliable shop to purchase quality sashimi nearby, we would recommend buying from Catalina Offshore online. They've been in business for over forty years and all the sashimi products we've tried from them are outstanding. The products we love are the saku cut tuna, hamachi loin, and all types of salmon. Disclosure: We earn a small percentage commission from your purchase of products linked to Catalina Offshore. Catalina Offshore Products banner with salmon

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