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Kikkoman - Aji-Mirin (Sweet Cooking Rice Wine) 17 Oz.
- Mirin, or sweet cooking rice wine, brings out the flavor in Japanese (and many Asian) dishes
- Add a little to dishes such as teriyaki, sukiyaki, and tempura for a delicious, traditional flavor!
- Alcohol contents 8% by volume
- Also available in 10 Oz. bottle
- Net Wt. 17 Fl. Oz (500 mL) - plastic bottle
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From reference, from About.com, here's what mirin is supposed to be: "Mirin is a Japanese condiment which contains about 14% alcohol. To make mirin, steamed mochi-gome (glutinous rice), kome-koji (cultured rice), and shochu (distilled alcoholic beverage) are mixed and fermented for about 2 months." [...]
While it may not have as much alcohol as 'true' mirin, it does the job decently.
For anyone going to cook sushi or sticky rice, when adding sugar and salt to rice vinegar, replace the sugar with this stuff (but make sure the sweetness of the end-product is the same). You'll find the flavor ends up with a nice twist, and that the alcohol adds a degree of warmth to the sushi that does a nice combo with wasabi.
Also works well with soup and ramen, to add a touch of sweetness for a more teriyaki-like flavor (and to offset the saltiness).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Been looking for this for a while now. It is just stir fry without it. Added to the mix it brings a pleasant mildly sweet flavor that enhances the food. Used it for many years. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Dianaru
I've never used this type product before now, so I have nothing to compare it with. I made some Japanese recipes with it, and they turned out to be pretty authentic tasting.Published 6 days ago by Nunya Buisness
Sorry to burst all of your Bubbles but this is Mirin. Just has 2% less alcohol and more sweetness than traditional Mirin. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jessee287
This is hard to find in stores near me, so Amazon has come to my rescue...again! Great seasoning I use in my Oyakodon, and other Japanese dishes.Published 29 days ago by Ollie