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Outdated: Takara Hon Mirin Junryo ( Sweet Cooking Wine 13.6% alc.) 600ml (BBD: 02-22)

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For sweetness and shine. Bring famous Japanese flavours to your cooking with ease, using Takara's Hon Mirin rice wine. Made from rice, rice malt, alcohol and sweeteners, this mirin is perfect for adding to cooking sauces and soups as it both adds a touch of sweetness and eliminates unwanted odours in your meat and fish. Background Mirin is an essential seasoning in most Japanese cooking, as it forms an essential component of the sauces or broths in dishes like teriyaki chicken and sukiyaki hotpots. Mirin is what gives these dishes their unique sweetness, as well as their distinct glazed appearance. The unmatched quality of Takara Mirin has made it the top selling brand in Japan, and a tradition in good cooking for 160 years!

Taste the rich and authentic flavour of hon mirin. Mirin is a sweet, delicate fermented sweet rice wine perfect for salads, teriyaki, yakitori and many other Japanese dishes. Its also used to create a lustrous glaze on dishes and remove strong odours from meat and fish.

Alcohol by Volume: 13.6%

This product is free from any allergens.

Storage Information
Store in a Cool, Dry place. Keep Away from Direct Sunlight

Nutritional Information
Energy: kJ 987 / kcal 236, Fat: <0.1, of which saturates: 0.0, Carbohydrates: 42.2, of which sugars: 35.5, Protein: 0.3, Salt: 0.01

Water, Glutinous Rice, Rice Koji, Distilled Alcohol (sugar cane), Glucose syrup Alc. 13.6% Vol. * Contain GM (Genetically modified) ingredients

Features & details

  • Mirin's all natural amino acids enhance the flavor and richness of your favorite recipes
  • The alcohol in mirin makes it easier for ingredients to absorb flavors.
  • It also prevents boiled foods from disintegrating and gets rid of unpleasant odors common in meats and fish.

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