Kayanoya Ultra-Premium Dashi Stock Powder (8 g packet X 12)
Kayanoya Original Dashi Stock Powder (8 g packet x 30)
Kayanoya Seafood Consommé (3.5 g x 6 packets)
Kayanoya Original Kelp Stock Powder (6 g packet x 24)
Assorted Kayanoya Stock Powder Gift Bag
Kayanoya Original Vegetable Stock Powder (8 g packet x 24)
Kayanoya Vegetable Consommé (4.5 g x 6 packets)
Gift Box: Assorted Kayanoya Stock Powders. Choose Any Two Large Packages.
Kayanoya Original Mushroom Stock Powder (6 g packet x 5)
Kayanoya Original Sardine Dashi Stock Powder (8 g packet x 30)
Kayanoya Light in Sodium Dashi Stock Powder (8 g packet x 27)
How to use Dashi
There are two ways to prepare Kayanoya stocks. If your dish requires clear stock, infuse the packet in a saucepan with water. If your dish does not require clear stock, empty the contents of the packet directly into the water. Both methods result in a full-flavored stock.
One packet per 1 ¾ cups water (400 ml) for regular strength dashi or two packets per 2 cups water (500 ml) for hearty dashi.
Place water and an unopened packet in a saucepan.
Bring water to a simmer over medium heat, and hold temperature for 2 minutes.
Remove and discard the packet(s). Stock is ready to use.
You can also tear packet(s) and empty the contents directly into a saucepan with water. Bring water to a simmer over medium heat, stirring occasionally, and hold temperature for 2 minutes. Stock is ready to use.
You can add dashi powder directly to dishes for a surprising flavor boost. Add dashi directly to stir-fried dishes... use as a rub for meat, poultry or seafood... add to pasta or pasta sauces... use as a seasoning for rice and grains, hamburgers and more... sprinkle on pizza dough before baking.
Simply tear open a packet of your favorite Kayanoya Dashi and add extra umami to your traditional favorites. Then use your imagination!
Storage and Tips
One packet of dashi is for 2-3 servings.
When using dashi for soup and simmered dishes, add the dashi packet prior to warming up.
When using dashi as a seasoning for dishes such as stir-fry, reduce heat and sprinkle dashi after the steam has decreased. The amount of dashi powder used can be adjusted to your taste.
Prepared stock stays fresh for 2 to 3 days in the refrigerator.
Open the foil bag and remove only the packets you need. Immediately press the bag to remove air, and close as tightly as possible. Store in a cool, dry space. Refrigeration is not recommended.
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