Mirin is a subtly sweet, tangy Japanese rice wine, and a key ingredient when making teriyaki and yakitori sauces, noodle broths and marinades.
Sake and mirin are both varieties of rice wine, however mirin has a higher sugar content and lower alcohol content.
To use mirin to make a yakitori sauce, follow the below recipe:
- In a small saucepan combine 120ml soy sauce, 120ml mirin, 60ml sake and 50g caster sugar.
- Bring to the boil and boil for 8-10 minutes. The sauce should be thick and syrupy.
- Set it aside to cool.
Yakitori sauce is wonderful paired with chicken, salmon and roasted vegetables.Ingredients: Glucose syrup, water, spirit vinegar, fermented rice extract (rice, alcohol, salt, acid: E330), brown sugar, preservatives: E211, E202.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Once opened, consume as soon as possible.
Minimum shelf life: 3 months
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April 27th, 2021