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Takikomi

Takikomi

Seafood and veggies steamed rice

This Japanese recipe, little known out of Japan, is named after its baking method: the ingredients and seasonings are cooked with the rice, which explains the deep flavour of this dish.

Takikomi

Takikomi

Seafood and veggies steamed rice

This Japanese recipe, little known out of Japan, is named after its baking method: the ingredients and seasonings are cooked with the rice, which explains the deep flavour of this dish.

Takikomi
3.1/5 (41 votes)

The box of 2 servings
560 grams

The box of 2 servings
560 grams

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    PREPARATION

    PREPARATION
    PREPARATION

    In the microwave

    Pour the desired amount of product into a suitable dish. Cover and heat to 750 W for 4 minutes (280 g - 1 serving) or 8 minutes (560 g - 2 servings), stirring at half time. Enjoy, it's delicious!

     






    PREPARATION
    PREPARATION

    In the pan

    Pour the desired amount of product in a hot pan without adding fat. Preheat over medium heat, uncovered, stirring occasionally, for 5 minutes (280 g - 1 serving) or 9 minutes (560 g - 2 servings). Enjoy, it's delicious!

    CONSERVATION

    Follow instructions on the package.

  • Precooked white rice 44,7% (water, rice, salt), broccoli 9,1%, red pepper 7,8%, peeled cooked shrimps 7,1% (shrimps, water, salt), squid tentacles 6%, soy seeds 4,9%, soy sauce 3,5% (water, soy, wheat, salt, alcohol vinegar, alcohol, sugar), adzuki beans 3,5%, water, sunflower oil, gilded sesame seeds, rice vinegar (rice, water), mirin (tapioca glucose syrup, water, sticky rice, sugar cane alcohol, salt, rice), double concentrated tomato puree, sugar, fish sauce (fish, salt, water), yuzu juice 0,3%, dehydrated flavoured fish stock [maltodextrin, salt, wheat flour, fish, sugar, vegetables (onions, leeks, celery), cream (milk), yeast extract, olive oil, natural flavour (contains fish), lactose, shrimp powder and shrimp extract, spices and aromatic herbs, white wine extract], ginger, thickener : guar gum.

    Hints of crossed contamination with mustard.

  • Nutritional values:

    100g

    1 portion
    (280g)
    Calories 521kj
    124kcal
    1459kj
    347kcal 
    Fat
    including saturated fatty acids
    4.1g
    1.2g
    11.5g
    3.4g
    Carbohydrates
    including sugars
    17.0g
    1.7g
    47.6g
    4.8g
    Proteins 4.4g 12.3g
    Salt 0.84g 2.35g

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