Country of production: Japan
General information: Allium chinense, also known as Chinese onion or Japanese shallot is an edible species of Allium, native to China and grown in many other countries. Its close relatives include onion, shallot, leek, chives and garlic. Rakkyo is whiter and harder than its peers and has a crunchy texture on the bite. Rakkyo are often seen in brine. They can also be cooked with salt or soy sauce. Some pieces of pickled Rakkyo are commonly served with Japanese curry. Rakkyo has herbal properties; it promotes healthy digestion and helps the body absorb vitamin B1.
Content: 180 g
Ingredient: Shallot, sugar, water, salt, acidifier E260.
Storage methods: Cool and dry place away from direct light