KariKari Garlic Chili Crisp

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In our lineup of chili oils and crisps, KariKari is the crispiest. In fact, Kari means crispy in Japanese, and the jar is chock-full of crispy garlic slices along with bits of peanut, fermented soybean, shallot and chili, with very little additional oil. We use this crisp not so much in cooking, but as a crunchy, super-umami condiment. It is quite moreish and is our favorite of the American-made chili crisps. 

Wife-and-husband makers Ruby Sparks and Rob Griset craft this chili crisp in Seattle, inspired by rayu, the chili crisp favored by the Japanese side of Ruby's family.  

Producer: KariKari Foods, Seattle
Size: 6 ounces (170g) 
Ingredients:  Non-GMO expeller-pressed canola oil, peanut, garlic, chilies, cane sugar, shallot, sesame oil, fermented soybean (soybean, salt), Sichuan pepper, spices, mushroom seasoning (mushroom powder, salt, mushroom extract, vitamin B, calcium), sea salt, gluten-free tamari powder (soybean, salt, cane sugar, non-GMO maltodextrin)
Contains: peanut, sesame, soybean. Manufactured in a shared facility that also produces tree nuts, dairy, wheat, eggs and shellfish.