Video creator's comment
"This time, the rice crackers are unique to Hokkaido. Yanagizuki's "Salmon Bushi Maru".
Hard texture! Bari! The more you chew, the more you get the delicious flavor of the salmon knots. I should have bought more!"
"A video contributor who makes stir-fries and everything turns brown. This time it is a Hokkaido rice cracker that this contributor has become addicted to. Ryugetsu's "Salmon Bushimaru".
I love the face of this salmon.
This is an unusual SENBEI from Hokkaido that is made with salmon rather than dried bonito flakes.
Two large SENBEI. It feels solid to hold.
I love it!
It contains not only salmon flakes but also silver salmon, squid, and chili peppers. Seafood flavor spreads in your mouth♪
The flavor comes out sizzling as you chew.
The texture is hard and very much my favorite SENBEI.
Very chewy! Delicious.
By the way, I often make a stir-fry full of vegetables as well as a salad so that I can eat as many vegetables as possible for dinner, but when I look at the finished product, everything is brown. How can this happen when I use so many different vegetables?
Maybe I should study cooking once in a while.
By the way, I like this salmon-bushi-maru... It is a good rice cracker to snack on with sake because it slowly develops a delicious flavor"
Comments from video viewers
"Salmon smells great!"
"Sounds good on the hard stuff!
I can't eat hard food these days, but this, I guess, is ok? (lol)
And the tangy chili sounds appetizing too!"
"I wanted to try this again and tried to find it in Tokyo, but they don't sell it.... I have to go to Hokkaido~!"
"The salmon look inviting, lol"