Hailing from Japan, Mirin seasoning is basically sugar, salt and MSG.

I use it when I want to add a bit of a sugar pop to my Asian styled broths and stir fries. I always add a splash to my Udon broth for example. Last night I splashed some in Beef in Oyster Sauce stir fry.

Note: This sauce is not the same as fermented Mirin, which like Sake is rice wine but has less alcohol and is sweeter.

Dietary Info: Contains MSG

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Enjoy,

PK


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