Kikkoman Ponzu Chilli Soy Sauce - 250ml bottle
Kikkoman Ponzu Orange Soy Sauce - 250ml bottle
Kikkoman Japanese Naturally Brewed Tamari Soy Sauce is milder and more aromatic than regular soy sauce. It's specific flavour and colour are ideal for recipes that feature delicate, refined flavours, such as light dressings and dipping sauces. Vegetables and seafood flavours are not overpowered by this preservative-free sauce.
Japanese sweet cooking sake.
This Gluten-free Teriyaki Marinade ensures that all lovers of soy sauces who cannot tolerate gluten are able to enjoy their meat and vegetables in the distinctive Japanese teriyaki style. Whether as a marinade in the barbecue season or for adding to pan-fried food – this sauce gives dishes a unique savoury taste.
Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce is the perfect cooking or table-top seasoning. It’s also suitable for all kinds of dishes - not just Japanese ones. Try it out with your favourite foods - Italian pizza, American burgers, salad and even desserts.
Our Japanese Sauce for Rice adds a unique sweet-savoury flavour to all kinds of dishes, from meat and vegetables to soups and salads. It is perfect for the caramelisation of vegetables or nuts and it adds a special flavour nuance to Sunday roasts because just a few spoonfuls used as a marinade produce a beautifully crispy and incredibly delicious result.
Our Japanese Naturally Brewed Sweet Soy Sauce adds a unique sweet-savoury flavour to all kinds of dishes, from meat and vegetables to soups and salads. It is perfect for the caramelisation of vegetables or nuts and it adds a special flavour nuance to Sunday roasts because just a few spoonfuls produce a beautifully crispy and incredibly delicious result.
If you enjoy grilled, fried or braised meat or vegetables in a savoury marinade, this Japanese Teriyaki Marinade is perfect for you. Although it’s probably most popular as a barbecue marinade, it’s also a great way to jazz up fried foods. The Marinade has a distinctive, full-bodied flavour as it is based of our classic soy sauce from the four pure...
This Japanese Naturally Brewed Tamari Gluten-free Soy Sauce can be used in any recipe as a substitute for Kikkoman naturally brewed soy sauce.
43% less salt than Kikkoman regular Japanese soy sauce.
Wok it with Kikkoman! You can steam, fry, braise and even deep-fry meat, fish and vegetables in an Asian-style wok. This sweet and flavourful Japanese stir fry sauce makes the perfect seasoning for delicious foods that are cooked quickly in the wok.
This Japanese Ponzu - a blend of soy sauce, vinegar, lemon and chili flavourings will spice up your everyday dishes.
Japanese savoury sauce for Poke bowl based on soy sauce with the rich aroma of sesame oil. Make a Hawaiian Poke bowl by simply mixing cubed raw fish with any other ingredients of your choice together with this sauce, and serve over rice.
The convenience of Kikkoman Yakitori Sauce as a high-quality Japanese marinade helps you to quickly and easily conjure up your own authentic yakitori dishes. Simply spread the thick, shiny sauce on your nearly-ready grilled food and return to the grill briefly to finish. Alternatively you can dip your skewers into the Yakitori Sauce afterwards.
Teriyaki is a popular Japanese cooking technique in which food is grilled with a soy sauce based glaze. This rich, aromatic sauce is refined with a touch of honey. Give an oriental kick to your barbecue - try with steaks, burgers and lamb.
Teriyaki is a popular Japanese cooking technique in which food is grilled with a soy sauce based glaze. You can create meat and poultry dishes with the delicious taste of Teriyaki and a hint of garlic. Try it with grilled fish and salads too!
This Japanese Ponzu - a blend of soy sauce, vinegar and orange flavouring will add a fruity taste to your everyday dishes.
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