Culinary emblem of all Japanese cuisine
It is impossible to evoke Japanese cuisine without mentioning the iconic Mirin! This Japanese preparation is made using the same process as sake, but is generally milder than its alcoholic counterpart.
Kyoto Gourmet then offers you its original Mirin recipe, very soft and sweet, which is usually used to season Japanese and Korean recipes, to lightly lacquer or caramelize the ingredients and to add a certain roundness to sauces.
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|List of ingredients
||Water, glucose, rice, maltose, sugar, alcohol (3%)
||Keep cool after opening
|Nutritional values (per 100g)
||Energy value: 465 kJ, 111 kcal
Fat: 0 g
of which saturated FA: 0 g
Carbohydrates: 27.4 g
of which sugars: 23 g
Protein: 0.4 g
Salt: 0 g