Mirin and Vinegar
Mirin and vinegar are two common ingredients in Japanese cuisine, used in various dishes, sauces and marinades.
Mirin is a sweet rice wine used in Asian cooking. It has a pleasant and somewhat sweet taste, usually containing about 14% alcohol. Mirin is used to sweeten and add a richer flavor to sauces, marinades and glazes. It can also be used for stewing, preservation and even to prevent darkening of dishes. This seasoning is also found in a large number of Japanese recipes and sauces, in particular in the preparation of teriyaki sauce, sushi rice, and tonkatsu sauce.
Vinegar is an acidic solution produced by the fermentation of alcohol such as wine, beer or cider. Rice vinegar is used in Japanese cuisine. Without it, you will not prepare the right rice for sushi. Rice vinegar has a sour taste and adds freshness and some sourness to dishes. Popular - for preparing salad dressings, marinades, sushi rice and other Asian dishes.
Both mirin and vinegar can be used alone or in combination with other ingredients to create a variety of sauces, marinades and dressings. They emphasize the versatility of taste and aroma, make dishes more interesting and tasty for your guests.
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