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Kikkoman Soya Sauce
Soy sauce is a produced soybean that has been fermented. It has a salty flavour and has a dark brown to black appearance. Most traditional soy sauces have a mixture of fermented soybeans, yeast and culture.
There are many differences between brands of Soya Sauce as far as taste goes.
This product is naturally brewed and aged from wheat, soya beans, water, and salt.
The ageing process can take anywhere from several months to complete. They say that good things come to those who wait.
It is used in traditional Asian dishes but as also been used in American, Mediterranean dishes, and the Caribbean as well. These sauces add that little something extra. It can be used in salad dressing, soups, meats, and even desserts.
Some delicious recipes you can find that use this product include;
- Spaghetti and Meatballs
- Chocolate Lava Cakes(yes, you read that correctly)
- Toasted Sesame Seed Cream Cheese Spread
- Sushi Rice Balls
- and more!
Kikkoman Stir Fry sauce
the Kikkoman Stir fry sauce is one of the most popular Kikkoman products behind their soya sauce. It’s pre thickened – and if you want you can simply follow the recipe on the bottle, or simply add to your stir fry combination. But Reviews seem positive for this product
Types of Kikkoman Soy Sauces
- Less Sodium
- Organic Soy
- Sushi Sashimi Soy Sauce
- Gluten-Free Packets
There is a wide range of different Kikkoman sauces for all your cooking needs.
From Teriyaki sauces and marinades to breading and coatings, you are sure to find a product that makes tonight’s meal a huge success. Have fun, experiment and viola; you just might create a masterpiece.
How to open Kikkoman Soy Sauce
Kikkoman has two different glass bottles, one is refillable, and the other has a dispenser top for easy convene.
If it doesn’t open smoothly, try the following: by grasping the bottle in one hand and twist the bottle top to the left to unscrew the cap!
Try slightly banging the top on the counter on edge ( not hard), just tapping around where the lid meets the bottle in a few places. Then try unscrewing the top to the left.
Also, you can try holding the bottle top under hot water for 1 minute to help dissolve any salt that may have built up inside the lid.
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