Kouki Shoko Weipa is a popular Japanese style Chinese seasoning for enriching soups, fried rice (or chahan) and other stir-fried foods.
Weipa means "king of taste" and contains fresh vegetables, chicken and pork extracts and other spices that adds a rich taste and aroma to any dish.
This Japanese style Chinese soup stock and seasoning was first developed in the China town of Kobe in Japan.
DIRECTIONS OF USE:
For making soup, put 10g of Weipa into 600cc of boiling water with ingredients of your choice. You can add salt if you prefer.
For stir-frying, you can fry ingredients with Weipa. Add Weipa until it gets to the taste of your preference. It's easier to add Weipa if you dissolve it into water first.