May 27, 2015 ... Mirin is a Japanese sweet rice wine that lends mild acidity to a dish. It's a handy
ingredient to have in your pantry because many Asian and ...
Find out how to substitute for mirin, a Japanese sweet rice wine, when cooking.
Sep 24, 2013 ... Mirin was originally used as a sugar substitute in Japan because sugar was
scarce and expensive. Mirin came out of the production of rice ...
Oct 8, 2011 ... From http://kidswholovetocook.com a simple, alcohol-free substitute for mirin.
That will help us to better tell you what a good substitute may be. ... The first
choice would be a non-alcoholic mirin such as Honteri mirin, made ...
Make and share this Substitute Japanese Hon-Mirin (Sweet Rice Wine) recipe
Mirin, a Japanese rice wine, may be substituted with a combination of dry sherry,
sweet marsala wine, dry white wine or rice vinegar mixed with sugar.
Sure. Mirin is a type of rice wine. It is sweeter than regular rice wine (sake), so if
you're going to make a substitution, I would recommend adding a little sugar to ...
Dec 26, 2015 ... The answer depends why you are going to substitute the mirin and/or sake from
any recipe for Japanese dishes. I will assume the reason is ...
Apr 23, 2013 ... Nyway why use alcohol if you can use a total substitute. ... I used this beverage
called Mitsuya Cider, and it tastes like Sprite, as mirin substitute.