Leftover Dashi Furikake
Furikake adds delicious umami flavor to a plain bowl of white rice. This rice seasoning uses leftover dashi ingredients, which is an easy way to stretch your supplies a little further!
- bonito and kombu from making dashi (1/2 cup)
- sesame seeds (1 tbsp)
- soy sauce (1/2 tsp)
- sugar (1/2 tsp)
Take the leftover kombu and bonito and chop it up into small flakes.
Heat a skillet over medium heat. Once warm, add sesame seeds and toast until brown and fragrant, stirring occasionally to keep from burning.
Add the bonito and kombu and cook for about 5 minutes until most of the moisture is evaporated.
Turn the heat down a little, then add the soy sauce and sugar.
Keep stirring until the soy sauce and sugar have been completely mixed in, then continue cooking until all moisture is evaporated.
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