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Quick Rich Brown Shoyu Sauce

Many of you are familiar with the rich, brown, slightly sweet shoyu-based sauce that is used to baste broiled eel. The sauce is called ts...

by Hiroko Shimbo


Teriyaki Sauce

It seems everyone who lives outside Japan today has heard the word teriyaki, but most people still do not know exactly what it means. In ...

by Hiroko Shimbo


Soy Sauce Dressing

This traditional oil-free dressing is a mixture of shoyu (soy sauce), dashi (fish stock), salt, mirin (sweet cooking wine), and nerigaras...

by Hiroko Shimbo


Butternut Squash with Shoyu and Mirin

Sweet and flavorful, this dish is fast and easy to prepare. As an added bonus, the squash doesn’t have to be peeled before cooking. You c...

by Sandy Pukel and Mark Hanna


Ponzu Dipping Sauce

1. Place the mirin in a small saucepan over medium-high heat and reduce to 3 tablespoons. Set aside to cool slightly, about 10 minut...

by David Rosengarten


Homemade Teriyaki Sauce

This savory sauce not only makes a perfect baste to slather on grilled shrimp, chicken, fish, and beef during cooking, but also can be se...

by Lauren Groveman


Rice Vinegar and Yuzu Dressing

Ponzu is made with the juice of a kind of citron, yuzu. This fruit has its own unique, refreshing citrus aroma and flavor that might best...

by Hiroko Shimbo


Miso Pickles

The salt and living enzymes of miso slowly work magic on the daikon to craft a pickle that’s supercrunchy and pleasantly full-flavored, w...

by Karen Solomon


Sushi Dipping Shoyu

At a sushi bar, you will always find small pots every 3 feet or so along the counter. You will want to pour some liquid from one of these...

by Hiroko Shimbo


Brown Miso-Based Yuzu Miso Sauce

Using a fine grater, grate the rinds of 2 yuzu or 1 lemon into a cup. Squeeze the yuzu or lemon to obtain about 2 tablespoons of juice...

by Hiroko Shimbo


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