- All ingredients are organic.
- An indispensable staple ingredient in any Japanese kitchen
- Deliver a small dose of umami to many different dishes, particularly sauce or broth, such as sukiyaki broth and teriyaki sauce.
- Add a mildly sweet taste to dishes or tenderize meats.
- When used as part of a marinade or glaze, it produces a beautiful luster, attractive finished color, and appealing aroma, and also serves to balance the smell and taste of fish.
Details: Steam shellfish such as shrimp and crab. Add it to some fish stock for a subtle flavor of the sweet cooking wine, or complement it further with other ingredients such as lime, ginger or soy sauce. Top your steaks with intense flavorful sake-mirin butter. Simply saut? some minced garlic in a teaspoon of olive oil over low heat, then add 4 tablespoons of unsalted butter. Once the butter has melted, add 2 tablespoons of sake and 1 tablespoon of mirin. Stir together, season with salt and pepper, and drizzle over your steaks!