A form of sake with high levels of residual sugar, mirin imparts a signature touch to many Japanese dishes. It lends sauces a nicely balanced combination of sweetness, acidity and alcohol, just as dessert wines and fortified wines do in Western cooking....
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...
Mirin is a Japanese rice wine used to flavor foods. If you need a mirin substitute,
read on for four alternatives with the same mix of sweetness and acidity.
May 27, 2009 ... Mirin is a sweet rice wine used in Japanese cooking but there are some liquids
that can stand in for it.
[Updated to add Substitution section.] See also: Sake and mirin redux etc. I haven
't exactly counted it up, but of the thousands of comments left on Just Hungry, ...
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 ...
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.
Aug 10, 2012 ... Find out how to substitute for mirin, a Japanese sweet rice wine, when cooking.
Make and share this Substitute Japanese Hon-Mirin (Sweet Rice Wine) recipe
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 ...