Friday, September 3, 2010

Furikake Chex Recipe

If you like Japanese rice crackers, than I'm pretty sure you'll like this recipe. It's a sweet/salty combination with a hint of nori (seaweed) flavor. The great thing about this sanck is it can easily be altered to your liking. You don't have to use chex; I've seen this made with bugles and sesame crackers as well.

Furikake Chex Recipe

Ingredients:
1 12.8 oz box of rice chex cereal
4 Tbsp Butter
1/4 C Clear Karo Syrup
1/4 C Vegetable Oil
1/4 C Sugar
1Tbsp Soy sauce
1 tsp Garlic Powder
Furikake (rice seasoning) - pictured above, can be found at most Asian markets

1. Combine all ingredients except the chex and furikake in a pot. Mix thoroughly and bring to boil.

2. Pour over chex and mix well making sure the chex is evenly coated.

3. Place the mixture on a large cookie tray. Sprinkle with furikake.

4. Bake at 250 and turn mixture every 10 -15 minutes for one hour. Let cool.

Enjoy!


10 comments:

Little Ol' Liz said...

How cool! I know Rice Chex is being marked as Gluten Free -- I wonder if furikake is GF as well? This would be great for all the GF folks who crave something sweet and savory!

Akemi said...

thanks for sharing. it was delicious. =oP

Michelle said...

Love this stuff! I make it whenever I have a party. It always goes quick ;)

~amy~ said...

I gotta try this recipe out...thanks for sharing!!

greetingarts said...

Ooooooh, so great! Thanks. Can't wait to try this out for school lunch snack...

Jessica said...

nice, I like the way you placed the masking tape.

Lisa U said...

Yum! Chex are my favorite in the Chex mix anyway. =)

Violet LeBeaux said...

Oh wow that sounds delicious! I've got an extra jar of furikake as well :D I'll have to find something similar to Chex here, I don't think we have them in Australia.

soknitpicky said...

I made it this week, and it was sooo yummy. Thank you for sharing the recipe!

Jen AKA Jupiter said...

I cannot wait to try this! I always buy rice cracker mix from the gourmet grocery store but this sounds like a cheaper alternative.