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Mirin - Wikipedia


Mirin (味醂 or みりん) is an essential condiment used in Japanese cuisine. It is a type of rice wine similar to sake, but with a lower alcohol content and higher .....

What Do I Substitute for Mirin? - Cooking Light


Oct 25, 2016 ... Salad dressings, marinades, and many Asian sauces call for this essential condiment. Here, a bit about what mirin is and how you can subs...

Amazon.com : Kikkoman Manjo Aji-Mirin, 10 oz : Rice Vinegars ...


Aji Mirin brings out the flavor in Teriyaki, Sukiyaki, Tempura and other Japanese delicacies. This sweet tasting rice wine adds a slightly sweet, rich flavor to ...

What can substitute for mirin? | The Seattle Times


May 27, 2009 ... Mirin is a sweet rice wine used in Japanese cooking but there are some liquids that can stand in for it.

What Is Mirin? — Ingredient Intelligence | The Kitchn


Nov 3, 2014 ... Even if you've never cooked with mirin, you've likely tasted it before. But what exactly is mirin? How do you cook with it? And most importantly ...

Homemade Mirin Recipe - Viet World Kitchen


Sep 24, 2013 ... There were several points made about mirin, how the typical stuff sold at many markets is basically fructose, glucose and a little alcohol. It's also ...

Mirin • Just One Cookbook


Jan 23, 2012 ... Mirin (sweet cooking rice wine) is a sweet and syrupy liquid and it is one of the most important condiments in Japanese cooking.

Mirin – Japanese Cooking 101


Mirin is sweet rice wine widely used in Japanese cooking. It is mainly used for cooking, but some are good enough to drink. Mirin is made from steamed Mochi ...

Eden Foods Mirin, rice cooking wine


Eden Mirin is made by first washing and steaming California grown Lundberg Family Farm organic brown rice for several hours. After cooling it is mixed with a bit ...