Usukuchi Light Soy Sauce (All Purpose Seasoning).
Made with lightly roasted wheat and with more salt than normal which slows the fermentation process. Mirin has also been added to the mixture. Usukuchi shoyu is lighter in colour and is used where a less strong flavour and lighter brown colour are desired. The salt content of Usukuchi shoyu is slightly higher than Koikuchi shoyu because of the extra salt used to slow fermentation.
Water, Soybeans, Wheat, Salt.
|Typical Value||Per 100g|
|Energy||301kJ / 71kcal|
|Of which Saturates||0.0g|
|Of which Sugars||3.4g|
Contain: Soy, gluten(wheat).
See ingredients in bold.
Usukuchi soy sauce is Japan's answer to light soy sauce. Kikkoman usukuchi shoyu is lighter in colour and salter than the classic Japanese Kikkoman soy sauce. The bright amber notes are reflecting in a rich umami flavour. Use the Japanese light soy sauce in broths or in everyday stir fries. Classically it would also be used to season pale-coloured chawanmushi set egg custards.
Ideal for sautéing, marinating, condiment.
Shake well before opening.
Keep in a dry, cool place. Away from direct sunlight.
Refrigerate after opening.
For Best Before End: See packaging.
Country of Origin:
Kikkoman Foods Europe B.V.,
JFC UK Limited
Unit 17, 7 Premier Park Road, London, UK.
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