Inspired by Tokyo, Japan
Tips for Success
How do you use this blend?
Here are just a few ideas! Stir fry mushrooms, sprinkle it on yakitori or teriyaki, sprinkle it on rice, use as you would shichimi togarashi seasoning, great on oven baked salmon, poke or raw fish, anywhere you need a kick of heat and extra umami.
Where does the name come from?
This blend was inspired by a trip to Japan where I was first introduced to the blend shichimi togarashi which translates to Japanese seven spice. After touring through the large Tsukiji fish market and trying many types of raw fish, we decided to eat yakitori for dinner. It was here where they were grilling chicken skewers over binchotan charcoal and sprinkling a pinch of their homemade shichimi togarashi blend on top of the chicken. It was incredibly delicious and I was in awe by the level of expertise and care taken in every aspect of this single bite; From white oak ubame binchotan charcoal to heritage chicken to an expertly balanced blend of chiles and spices to finish.
What’s in it?
This blend is salt free and made of non gmo spices. No additives or fillers. Ingredients: Togarashi chile, sesame seed, tangerine peel, ginger, roasted garlic