Sakura Arare is a traditional Japanese snack that has become popular in Hawaii. It is a type of rice cracker that is flavored with soy sauce and has a delicate pink color that comes from the addition of sakura powder, which is made from cherry blossom petals. Sakura Arare is a crunchy and flavorful Asian snack that is perfect for snacking on the go or enjoying with a cup of tea.
Sakura Arare is a type of rice cracker that is made from glutinous rice flour and flavored with soy sauce. The rice flour is mixed with water, soy sauce, and other seasonings to create a dough. The dough is then shaped into small discs and baked until they are crisp and crunchy.
Japanese rice cracker snack with cherry blossom seasoning
Small, crunchy, and slightly sweet crackers
Great as a snack or in a bento box
Popular in Japan and enjoyed by all ages
A unique and flavorful addition to any snack collection.
Q. What are Sakura Arare?
Sakura Arare is a type of rice cracker that is flavored with soy sauce and sakura powder, which is made from cherry blossom petals. The crackers have a delicate pink color and a unique flavor.
Q. What do Sakura Arare taste like?
Sakura Arare has a crunchy texture and a salty-sweet flavor. The addition of sakura powder gives the crackers a delicate floral flavor that is unique and satisfying.
Q. How should I store Sakura Arare?
Sakura Arare should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. They can be stored in an airtight container to maintain freshness.
Q. Can Sakura Arare be used in cooking or as a garnish?
Yes, Sakura Arare can be used in cooking as a crunchy topping or garnish for salads, sushi, and other dishes. They add a unique flavor and texture to any dish.