Mizkan Sushi Seasoning


Mizkan sushi seasoning, also known as sushi vinegar, sushisu or sushi-su, is a ready-blended mix of rice vinegar, sugar, and salt used to turn normal short-grain Japanese rice into sushi rice.

Use a paddle to fold the seasoning into still-warm, cooked short-grain rice to make sushi rice. Sushi seasoning gives the rice a distinctive sweet-sour taste, and sticky texture - perfect for rolling in nori seaweed sheets to make maki rolls, or top with raw fish for nigiri sushi.

Directions for use: To make sushi rice, mix 5tbsp of sushi seasoning with 4 cups of hot cooked sushi rice (or 2 cups when uncooked). For the 'perfect' sushi rice, experts recommend mixing the rice with the sushi seasoning in a hangiri sushi barrel, which is wooden to absorb excess moisture.

355ml Ingredients: glucose-fructose corn syrup, distilled vinegar, rice vinegar with added  water, salt, brown sugar, flavour enhancer E621 (monosodium glutamate).

275ml Ingredients: spirit vinegar (water, rice extract, alcohol, sake cake extract, spirit vinegar), sugar, salt water, kelp extract.


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