Delicious rice nuts
Appetizing crunch of these small and elongated truffles

Delicious rice nuts are a kind of snack that we have been well known since childhood when a walk in the park was regularly accompanied by an appetizing crunch of these small and elongated truffles. After years of market failure, rice kernels 1-2 years ago returned with a powerful blow to the store shelves and store windows. The original brand of rice kernels is known as kakino tane.

Japanese craftsmen create the perfect rice snack – kakino tane, driven by the desire to achieve perfection in rice culinary art. The preparation of rice nuts is now under the old Japanese technology of baking and enriching with the traditional, light, unobtrusive and exquisite fragrances for the country.

The country of the rice kernels is the Land of the Rising Sun. In our country they are imported from there and packed in our homeland. There are 2 kinds of rice nuts – a classic flavor and hot rice kernels, for which it is imperative to cook beer or at least water.

The hotty taste of Kakino Tane is specially for fans of spicy flavor. The aroma and degree of lust are the result of many years of work by Japanese culinary masters. They accurately measure the right amounts of aromatic spices so they deliver a spicy delight that can not irritate your stomach and cause no craving.

Most brands of rice kernels have announced in their packages that the product we hold in our hands follows the modern food requirements – to be healthy, low in cholesterol and fat, and to be created in an impeccably clean environment.
For some rice kernels, this is true, but if you regularly take into account the contents of the packs, you will see the presence of our favorite krugs of some preservatives, flavors, stabilizers.

rice nuts
Delicious rice nuts or more known as rice crackers

Ingredients of rice nuts

100 grams of rice nuts contain 379 calories, 89 grams of carbohydrate, 0.5 grams of fat, and 3.8 grams of protein.
In fact, our well-known rice nuts are the traditional Japanese crackers Array. They have a small elongated size and are usually made of glutinous rice and flavored with soy sauce. Arare have Japanese origin and were transferred to the United States by Japanese immigrants who began work on plantations in the early 20th century.

Traditionally, the Japanese have been drinking mostly on the Hollywood Puppet Festival (Hinamatsuri) on March 3 – Japan’s Day of Girls. This is the time when the most colorful crackers are available – pink, yellow, white, brown, light green, etc. The colors are available only from January to March in anticipation of the Festival, but usually arrays can be bought all year round.