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Ponzu Citrus Sauce: 64oz


$16.35

Ponzu Citrus Sauce: 64oz


$16.35
Maximum quantity available reached.
Sku: IJ04531
Brand: Mizkan
Storage Type: DRY
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The origin of ponzu is a mystery, but the name has a little Dutch in it. "Pon" comes from the Dutch for "punch," and "su," means "vinegar," which reveals one of the sauce's major components. Taken as a whole, "punch" plus "vinegar" suggests a sauce with a mix of acid and fruity flavors. Good start, but that's still only half the story. It's traditionally made into a vinegar with the following ingredients; rice wine, bonito fish flakes, and seaweed. The presence of bonito and seaweed provides a similar umami flavor profile to dashi, the fish stock. Some recipes use sake rather than mirin because it's a stronger, more tart rice wine, but mirin offers a more delicate flavor.

Pack Size: 64oz
Sold By: PC
Units per case: 6
Storage: Dry
Origin: Japan

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