How to Make Umami Powder at Home

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Those days, when we used to feel fresh, every time after coming back from morning walks. The cool mist and the sweet breeze that used to flow around was the real feel of nature. Nature has always taught us about the freshness and a sense of calmness every time we feel tired or low.

Umami Powder recipe

Today, we have forgotten how we used to connect to nature and its natural habitat in the past. We are all moving towards a digital yet duplicate way to keep ourselves both fresh and healthy. No more natural, fresh, and healthy diets. No control over the food that we eat. We are just busy maintaining our work schedule and forget what we are doing to our body.

To make our bodies both pure and healthy, we need to connect to nature and know the Natural’s real meaning. The food that we eat should not hinder our healthy living path and the way of thinking. To connect back to nature, I have a recipe that is full of all the natural ingredients and is a remedy to cure and maintain your body and health.

The recipe is an ancient Japanese savory called Umami Powder and is full of nature in its every pinch. The recipe is a powder that you can use with any meal, food or even drink to detoxify your body. But here are some other amazing recipes that you should definitely try.

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Ingredients for Umami Powder

Ingredients Amount
Shiitake powder¼ tsp
Parsley powder2 tsp
Thyme powder2 tsp
Garlic powder1 tsp
Salt2 tsp

The table is not big in size and I am sure these ingredients are not difficult to grab.

The benefits of these ingredients will be visible in some few months after you start using them. All these ingredients are known for their medicinal uses and the positive effects they have on our body. Like if I tell you, garlic is good for our heart and regulates our blood pressure.

Parsley is known for the antioxidants and it’s cancer fighting capabilities. So, I don’t think these benefits are lesser and should be ignored. Try it and you will feel the change.

This recipe is not like any other recipe in which we have to wait for its completion. This is just mixing of these powders and that’s it. We are done.  The time frame is in the table below for your convenience.

How Much Time Will It Take?

Preparation timeTotal time
10 minutes10 minutes

Now let’s procced to the directions that we need to follow to make this Umami Powder at home.

Umami Powder Recipe

To make this Umami powder, you need to mix all those ingredients and keep it in an airtight container for extended use. This recipe is straightforward but has some really good effects on your body.

Have this powder in your daily meals and add a pinch of it to your regular meal for best results.

Nutritional Breakdown of Umami Powder

This recipe’s nutritional background is significant for all of you to know what’s behind this magical recipe. Here it is in the table provided below.

Calories15 gm
Sodium55 mg
Fiber1 gm
Sugar1 gm
Protein1 gm
Carbohydrates3 gm

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