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Chung Jung One Mijack Mirin (Cooking Sauce / Liquor) 410ml

Regular price £2.80

Tax included.

Mirin (Cooking Sauce/ Liquor Marinade). 

Mirin is similar to sake, but has more sugar and a lower alcohol content (14% to be precise). A staple in many Japanese kitchens, it pairs especially well with soy sauce (both of which are ingredients in homemade teriyaki sauce). 



Water, High Fructose Corn Syrup, Sugar, Glucose, Vinegar, Salt, Ginger Extract, Alcohol, Plum Extract, Citric Acid(E330), Malic Acid(E296), Lactic Acid(E270), Succinic Acid(E363).


Typical Value Per 100g
Energy 681.8kJ / 162.9kcal
Fat 0g 
Of which Saturates 0g
Carbohydrate 40.7g
Of which Sugars 40.5g
Fibre 0g 
Protein 0g 
Salt 0.9g 


See ingredients in bold.


Mirim is used to add a bright touch to grilled (broiled) fish or to remove the fishy smell. A small amount is often used instead of sugar or soy sauce. It should not be used in excess however, as its flavor is quite strong. The word Mirim (Mirin in Japanese) is used as a cooking wine in Korean and Japanese cuisine.

Suitable for vegetarian.


Ideal for marinade, soup, stew.


Ready to use.


Store in a cool, dry place.   
For Best Before End: See packaging.





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Country of Origin:

South Korea


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