Popular frozen food products
made by Nichirei Foods

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han
(frozen fried rice)

No.1 fried rice product with the most domestic sales in frozen cooked rice category for 19 years in a row*
* INTAGE Inc. SRI (March 2001-February 2020)

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Preparation instructions

Using a microwave oven

Place the frozen food evenly on a plate and heat it up in the microwave oven without covering it with plastic wrap.

Cooking time Half of the package
contents
(225 grams)
All of the package
contents
(450 grams)
500 watt 4 minutes and
20 seconds
8 minutes and
30 seconds
600 watt 3 minutes and
50 seconds
7 minutes and
10 seconds

The cooking time may vary somewhat depending on the microwave oven model.

*To prevent the food from being cooked unevenly, we recommend using 500- or 600-watt settings on your microwave oven.
*If the rice balls are not warmed up enough, heat them up again for 10 seconds.
*Overcooking is a main cause of poorly prepared food.

Attention

  • Do not place the package in a microwave oven.

    The package is made with aluminum,
    so heating it up could cause a fire.

  • Prevent burning.

  • Do not use the microwave oven’s automatic settings.

*The rice, eggs, onions or other ingredients could become burned if the microwave oven’s automatic settings are used.
*Before the food is prepared, the cooking oil and fat used to make the product may have hardened and appear white.

Using a frying pan

Place the frozen food in a heated frying pan without using any cooking oil, and cook at medium heat.

Half of the package
contents (225 grams)
All of the package
contents (450 grams)
3 to 4 minutes 5 to 6 minutes

*If using an iron frying pan, please use a small amount of cooking oil (about one teaspoon).
*Overcooking is a main cause of poorly prepared food.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Note regarding storage

Store the package in a freezer set at about -18 degrees Celsius.

Refreezing a temporarily opened package could affect the food quality.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Nutritional content

Per 100 grams
Calories
215kcal
Protein
5.7g
Fat
7.7g
Carbohydrate
30.6g
Salt
1.2g
Potassium
56mg
Phosphorus
58mg

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Allergy information

  • Wheat

    Wheat

  • Egg

    Egg

  • Soybean

    Soybean

  • Pork

    Pork

  • Gelatin

    Gelatin

*The product contains ingredients that are among the 27 food allergens designated in Japan.
*Please be aware that the information provided on this website could become outdated due to product renewals or other factors.

Yaki-onigiri
(frozen grilled rice balls)

Each Yaki-Onigiri package contains 10 grilled rice balls coated in soy sauce. Our customers have commended the compact easier-to-eat size of the rice balls.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Preparation instructions

Using a microwave oven

Place the frozen rice ball on a plate and heat it up in the microwave oven without covering it with plastic wrap.

Cooking time 1piece 2piece 4piece 6piece
500 watt 1 minute and 10 seconds 2 minutes and 20 seconds 3 minutes and 50 seconds 5 minutes and 10 seconds
600 watt 1 minute and 10 seconds 1 minutes and 50 seconds 3 minutes 4 minutes and 30 seconds

The cooking time may vary somewhat depending on the microwave oven model.

*To prevent the food from being cooked unevenly, we recommend using 500- or 600-watt settings on your microwave oven.
*If the rice balls are not warmed up enough, heat them up again for 10 seconds.
*Charred soy sauce and rice may be remaining on the surface of the rice balls.

Customers who prefer a crispy surface and texture should toast the rice ball in a toaster oven after heating it up in the microwave oven.

1piece to 3pieces 4piece to 6pieces
+ about 2 minutes + about 4 minutes

The cooking time may vary somewhat depending on the microwave oven model.

Attention

  • Do not place the package in a microwave oven.

    The package is made with aluminum,
    so heating it up could cause a fire.

  • Prevent burning.

  • Do not use the microwave oven’s automatic settings.

*Charred soy sauce and rice may be remaining on the surface of the rice balls.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Note regarding storage

Store the package in a freezer set at about -18 degrees Celsius.

Refreezing a temporarily opened package could affect the food quality.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Nutritional content

Per 1piece (48 grams)
Calories
77kcal
Protein
1.6g
Fat
0.3g
Carbohydrate
17g
Salt
0.6g
Potassium
20mg
Phosphorus
19mg

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Allergy information

  • Wheat

    Wheat

  • Soybean

    Soybean

  • Gelatin

    Gelatin

*The product contains ingredients that are among the 27 food allergens designated in Japan.
*Please be aware that the information provided on this website could become outdated due to product renewals or other factors.

Toku-kara
(frozen fried chicken)

No.1 fried chicken product with the most domestic sales in frozen fried chicken category*
* INTAGE Inc. SRI (March 2018-February 2019)

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Preparation instructions

Using a microwave oven

Place the frozen fried chicken on a plate and heat it up in the microwave oven without covering it with plastic wrap.

Cooking time 1piece 2piece 4piece 6piece
500 watt 1 minute and 10 seconds 1 minute and 40 seconds 2 minute and 30 seconds 4 minute and 10 seconds
600 watt 1 minute 1 minute and 20 seconds 2 minute and 10 seconds 3 minute and 40 seconds

The cooking time may vary somewhat depending on the microwave oven model.

*To prevent the food from being cooked unevenly, we recommend using 500- or 600-watt settings on your microwave oven.
*If the fried chickens are not warmed up enough, heat them up again for 10 seconds.
*Overcooking is a main cause of poorly prepared food.

Attention

  • Do not place the package in a microwave oven.

    The package is made with aluminum,
    so heating it up could cause a fire.

  • Prevent burning.

  • Do not use the microwave oven’s automatic settings.

Although the chicken meat may appear slightly red in color, it has been fully cooked.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Note regarding storage

Store the package in a freezer set at about -18 degrees Celsius.

Refreezing a temporarily opened package could affect the food quality.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Nutritional content

Per 100 grams
Calories
193kcal
Protein
13.1g
Fat
10.1g
Carbohydrate
12.5g
Salt
1.9g
Potassium
197mg
Phosphorus
209mg

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Allergy information

  • Wheat

    Wheat

  • Egg

    Egg

  • Milk

    Milk

  • Soybean

    Soybean

  • Chicken

    Chicken

*The product contains ingredients that are among the 27 food allergens designated in Japan.
*Please be aware that the information provided on this website could become outdated due to product renewals or other factors.

Imagawayaki
(frozen Classical Japanese snacks)

A time-honored confectionary in Japan, Imagawayaki (Azukian) is round-shaped muffin filled with sweet red bean paste.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Preparation instructions

Using a microwave oven

Place the frozen muffins on a plate and heat it up in the microwave oven without covering it with plastic wrap.

Cooking time 1piece 2piece 5piece
500 watt 50 seconds 1 minute and 20 seconds 3 minute and 20 seconds
600 watt 40 seconds 1 minute and 10 seconds 2 minute and 50 seconds

The cooking time may vary somewhat depending on the microwave oven model.

The skin of the muffin will be crispy and even tastier if you toast it in a toaster oven after heating it up in the microwave oven.

*To prevent the food from being cooked unevenly, we recommend using 500- or 600-watt settings on your microwave oven.
*Overcooking is a main cause of poorly prepared food.

Attention

  • Do not place the package in a microwave oven.

    The package is made with aluminum,
    so heating it up could cause a fire.

  • Prevent burning.

  • Do not use the microwave oven’s automatic settings.

*Due to processing, lines may appear on the surface of the products.

Using a toaster oven

1. Warm up the inside of the toaster oven.
2. After thawing the muffins at room temperature, place them on a baking tray covered with aluminum foil.
(Replace the aluminum foil each time you prepare.)
3. Heat up the muffins in the toaster oven.

1piece to 3pieces
About 2 minutes
The cooking time may vary somewhat depending on the microwave oven model.

*If the muffins become burned because the toaster oven’s upper element is strong, wrap the muffins in aluminum foil and lengthen the cooking time.
*Overcooking is a main cause of poorly prepared food.

Thawing

Thaw at room temperature (about 20 degrees Celsius)
About one hour and 30 minutes

*The muffins should be eaten soon after they are thawed.
*If thawed in a refrigerator, the skin of the muffins could become dry.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Note regarding storage

Store the package in a freezer set at about -18 degrees Celsius.

Refreezing a temporarily opened package could affect the food quality.

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Nutritional content

Per 1piece (80 grams)
Calories
159kcal
Protein
3.6g
Fat
2g
Carbohydrate
31.8g
Salt
0.2g
Potassium
181mg
Phosphorus
65mg

Honkaku-Itame Cha-Han (frozen fried rice) Allergy information

  • Wheat

    Wheat

  • Egg

    Egg

  • Milk

    Milk

  • Soybean

    Soybean

*The product contains ingredients that are among the 27 food allergens designated in Japan.
*Please be aware that the information provided on this website could become outdated due to product renewals or other factors.