What is Inari, and what is it doing in my sushi?

What is Inari, and what is it doing in my sushi?
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What is Inari?

Inari, or in it’s full name inarizushi-no-moto, is seasoned fried tofu bean pouch. It is used in different kinds of Japanese dishes generally referred to as “Inari Sushi”. Inari usually comes in a can, about 16 pouches per can. The pouch is filled with vinegared sushi rice, and topped with different kinds of toppings such as sesame seeds, fish roe, avocado, raw fish, etc.

Where can I get me some Inari?

As in most sushi ingredients, you can find Inari in your local Asian food store or Japanese market. This product is also available on our online store and through the link below.

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