[HINODE] KYOTO KUJO NEGI – LONG GREEN ONION SCALLION – FROZEN DIAGNONAL SLICED – 500GX20 PACKS/CARTON
• Kyoto Kujo Negi is a famous green onion (leaf) native to Kyoto, and is one type of Kyo-Yasai (Kyoto Vegetable).
• What is Kyo-Yasai (京野菜)? The term “Kyo-Yasai” means Kyoto Vegetable and stands for premium quality Japanese native vegetables grown and developed in Kyoto for over 1200 years. Kyoto, being the ancient capital of Japan is well-known for state-of-the-art Japanese cuisine. Kujo Negi is an essential ingredient commonly found in the menu.
• Kujo Negi (九条ネギ) - This branded long green onion scallion is also known as the King of Japanese Green Onion (Negi).
• Kujo Negi is known for its green leaves with wider and thicker body. It grows taller than other Japanese green onions and has more dark-green parts and thicker body. The inner skin which has a rich gel-like substance that carries sweet flavor and nutrients.
• Our branded Kujo Negi is produced by Japan’s Number One Largest Kujo Negi Producer, Koto Kyoto. You will find this brand country-wide in Japan. This innovative Agricultural Corporation Producer uses a special pre-treatment and state-of-the-art rapid freezing technology to create the range of Japan’s best selling frozen Kujo Negi series.
• The Negi comes in retail packaging and professional trade use packaging.
There are 3 types of cut:
1) Fine Round Slice – recommended for Japanese and oriental dishes such as fried rice, omelette, etc. (Not necessary to defreeze for the futher cooking. If you use as the topping for hot dishes, just put one pinch on them without defreezing).
2) Diagonal Slice- recommended for soup, udon, donburi (Japanese rice bowl), claypot dishes, etc. (Not necessary to defreeze for the futher cooking. If you use as the topping for hot dishes, just put one pinch on them without defreezing).
3) Stick Cut – recommended for nabemono (Japanese hotpot), sukiyaki, etc.
Product Volume: 500G X 20 PACKS PER CARTON
Origin: KYOTO JAPAN
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