Sauce tsuyu – mirin and dashi sauce

Posté dans : Japan, Sauce | tag(s) : par azizen.
Ease : 1
Cost : 1
Spicy :
People : 4
Baking : 2 Minutes
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Ingredients :

  • 300 ml of dashi
  • 100 ml of soy sauce
  • 60 ml of mirin
  • 20 ml of sake
  • 20 g of sugar

Preparation :
In a small saucepan, boil the dashi, soy sauce, mirin, sake and sugar until sugar dissolves.
Simmer 2 minutes.
Cool and serve.
This sauce will keep several weeks in the refrigerator.

Tips : You can add grated ginger, wasabi (Japanese horseradish) or daikon (Japanese white radish), julienned.

Anecdotes : This is a traditional Japanese recipe for dipping shrimp or vegetable tempura. This sauce is the base of many Japanese dishes like tempura, udon, somen, soba, miso soup …

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