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0202/1616 – 20:39 | Edit Post

Content : 3g x 4 pack
 
This is a soup mix powder originally.
Pouring 180ml (6 fl ounce) hot water to this powder.
YOU can cook Japanease soup within second.
 
 
BUT I recommed use this as pasta mix,

Please  use this to cook pasta !
Boild pasta as usual, then mix this. Just 3 seconds.
Matsutake is a kind of mushroom and  flavor is characteristic.
 
Truffle and porcino is popular in Europe ad US.
But Japanease love Matsutake.
 
Cook pasta with this, and  you can a life of party(party hero)
 
If you have KIKKOMAN or another soy, put saurce a bit.
 
It’s a perfect Japanase taste Pasta.
Just second !
No need to learn complex Japanese recipe.
 
And this mix is good for …

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Pasta Sauce powder / Pasta mix Matsutake(mushroom,champignon)

Submitted by on 0202/1616 – 20:39

Content : 3g x 4 pack

 

This is a soup mix powder originally.

Pouring 180ml (6 fl ounce) hot water to this powder.

YOU can cook Japanease soup within second.

 

 

BUT I recommed use this as pasta mix,

Please  use this to cook pasta !

Boild pasta as usual, then mix this. Just 3 seconds.

Matsutake is a kind of mushroom and  flavor is characteristic.

 

Truffle and porcino is popular in Europe ad US.

But Japanease love Matsutake.

 

Cook pasta with this, and  you can a life of party(party hero)

 

If you have KIKKOMAN or another soy, put saurce a bit.

 

It’s a perfect Japanase taste Pasta.

Just second !

No need to learn complex Japanese recipe.

 

And this mix is good for dietry recipe.

Just 5Kcal per serve, fat is 0.03g only.

I recommend 100 – 150g (around 3 – 4 ooz) dryed pasta for one serve.

 

Enjoy !

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