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Shoda Yakitori Sauce 60.8 fl oz (1800ml)

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In most yakitori restaurants, your choices of flavor areeither salt (shio) or with yakitori sauce. This Yakitori tare is made of Tamari soy sauce, natural solar sea salt, sake,mirin, koji extract, ginger, soy paste and sugar.

Tips: Brush the sauce on the meat on both sides and continue to broil for 3-4 minutes to caramelize the sauce. Transfer the skewers to a plate and brush the chicken on top with the reserved sauce.

Specifications

• Manufacturer: Shoda Shoyu
• Ingredients: High Fructose Corn Syrup, Soy Sauce(Water, Soybean, Wheat, Salt), Rice Fermentad Seasoning, Malt Extract, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Sugar, Salt, Soy Sauce Paste, Cooking Rice Wine,Ginger Paste, Thickener(Modified Starch, Xanthan), Caramel Coloring, Citric Acid, Monosodium Glutamate, Disodium Ribonucleotides, Vitamin B1
• Contains: Wheat, Soy
• 60.8 fl oz (1800ml)
• Country of Origin: Japan
• Refrigerate after opening

Product Disclaimer

We import food products from Japan via sea, so the shelf life will be shorter than it is in the Japanese markets. We guarantee that you will be satisfied with the freshness and quality of this product and that it will be delivered to you within any applicable expiration dates. Food products cannot be returned unless the expiration date is within 30 days when the item is delivered. If any food items in your order do not meet your expectations please contact us within 4 days after the receipt of your order. You can reach to us at home@mtckitchen.com or (201) 806-1827.