Rice cracker with furikake

This cracker adds a great crisp and is a fantastic flavour enhancer for Asian-inspired dishes. The taste of wasabi really stands out in this rice cracker.

Creation by Rick Swinkels, Jacobsz restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Makes 480g.

Rice cracker with furikake

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sushi rice






fish sauce



furikake mix

Preparation method

  • Cook the sushi rice in the water in a rice cooker until done.
  • Blend the sushi in a thermo blender until smooth.
  • Add the fish sauce.
  • Spread the mixture out thinly on silicone sheets.
  • Sprinkle the furikake mix over the spread-out mixture.
  • Bake the rice crackers in the oven at 125°C for 35 minutes. Make sure that the fan in the oven is switched off.

Serving suggestions

  • As a crisp with marinated fish and various preparations of seaweed.
  • Furikake combines well with raw fish because of the dried wasabi, nori, and rice in the cracker.
  • Delicious served with beef tataki, pickled cucumber, and shiitake.

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