Friday, July 6, 2018

mirin -

Mirin ( , ) is a kitchen spice for Japanese cuisine in the form of yellow alcohol, sweet taste, contains 40% -50% sugar and 14% alcohol.

Mirin is used in Japanese cuisine processed by nimono (boiled with soy sauce and dashi) and mixed for various sauces, such as sauce for kabayaki (tare), soba for soba (soba-tsuyu), sauce for tempura (tentsuyu) and sauce teriyaki.

Alcohol content in the mirin can relieve fishy fish and reduce the risk of crushed cooked food. The sugar content of the mirin is used to increase the sweetness of cooked food, make shiny ingredients cooked the way teriyaki and add fragrant cuisine.