An essential Japanese ingredient.
A cupboard staple that keeps the rich tastes and aromas of Japanese cooking under its sublimely sweet control, this mirin cooking sake helps to mellow out recipes so their many flavours are enjoyed throughout. Made from rice koji, this mirin is used in sauces and marinades to add a deep, balanced glaze that coats overpowering meat and fish smells in a subtle sweetness. Ideal for teriyaki sauce and a perfect partner to soy sauce and sesame oil, see what many ways you can refine authentic dishes with this versatile essential. This mirin is a product of the USA.
Mirin is an essential ingredient in a lot of well-loved Japanese dishes, teriyaki and sukiyaki being the most well-known among them. Mirin is the ingredient that gives teriyaki sauce and other Japanese sauces their unique sweetness, as well as their trademark glazed appearance. Browse japancentre.com's Mirin & Cooking Sake section for our full range of mirin and mirin-style seasoning.
How To Use
Mirin is used as a base ingredient in many Japanese dishes and sauces.
• Combine mirin with soy sauce and sugar to make teriyaki sauce.
• Use as an alternative to sugar in savoury recipes.
• Add to fish dishes to lessen the strong seafood aroma.