Norishio: Potato Chips Flavor that Represents Japan
When it comes to the flavor of Japanese potato chips, Norishio (のりしお) is among the classics that have long been favorites.
It is a compound word composed of Nori (のり) which is an edible seaweed, and Shio (しお), meaning salt.
Calbee Potato Chips Nori-Shio
Many Japanese snack food manufacturers produce and sell Nori-Shio potato chips, but Calbee has the top share in the sales.
The Norishio flavor is lightly salted potato crisps flecked with particles of Nori seaweed.
Nori is an ingredient used in Sushi, but it comes in various varieties, and the Norishio flavor potato chip typically uses Aonori (青のり).
Together with Usu-Shio (うすしお: lightly salted), Nori-Shio is one of the most loved potato chips flavors in Japan, characterized by the pleasant fragrance of green seaweed.
Lastly, let’s see the ingredients used in the Calbee Norishio Potato Chips.
|Non-GMO potatoes, Palm oil, Rice oil, Salt, Aonori (green laver), Aosa (sea lettuce), Red chili pepper, Sesame oil, Seasoning (including Amino acid)|