‘Iwashi-ten’ Fried Sardine Fish Cake from Kyushu Island 25gx2 pieces [T81KY23564]

‘Iwashi-ten’ Fried Sardine Fish Cake from Kyushu Island 25gx2 pieces [T81KY23564]

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‘Iwashi-ten’ Fried Sardine Fish Cake

from Kyushu Island 25gx2 pieces

 

 

 

 

Made from fresh fish in Kyushu Island, Japan.

Good for appetizer with beer or Japanese sake!

 

*Eat Kyushu Selection* Enjoy tastes from Kyushu!

 

Kyushu Island is located in south of Japan,

and blessed with fresh fish and vegetables.

Have relaxed time with fish cakes made from locally harvested vegetables,

fish caught at Kyushu, or distilled local ‘shochu’ spirits

with a glass of alcohol drink.

 

 

 

 

‘Iwashi-ten’ Fried Sardine Fish Cake

Kneaded sardine caught at Kyushu with traditional millstone,

and fried well to savory flavour. Good for appetizer for alcohol drink.

 

*How to enjoy fish cakes*

 

- Serve as it is for appetizer, or side dish.

With microwave, take the fish cake out from the package and plastic vacuum pack,

then place it on a plate. Heat it for 60 seconds.

With water-bath, take the fish cake out from the package,

then put it into hot water with plastic vacuum pack for about 3 minutes.

- Use fish cakes as ingredients for Japanese ‘oden’ hotpot, simmered dishes, etc. Flavour from fish cakes give the dishes richer taste.

 

Name: Fish cake

Expiry: 150days from manufactured date

(Consume it as soon as possible once opened.)

Storage: Store in room temperature. Avoid sunshine. 

Manufacturer: Kobayashi Kamaboko Fishcake Company

 

Ingredients: Fish (Sardine, Red bigeye, Synodontidae, etc),

Glucose, Sugar, Starch, Vegetable oil, Salt, Seasoning (Amino acid)

(Contains wheat in some of ingredients)

 

*This product is manufactured in the factory handling shrimp and crab.

*Package may change without notice.

 

Category: Iwashi-ten, sardine fish cake, Kyushu Island, Sozai deli, appetizer, eat local

 

 

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