Ponzu Shoyu Sauce is a traditional Japanese sauce that is popular for its refreshing taste and versatile use in the kitchen. The name "ponzu" is derived from the Japanese words "pon" (meaning sour) and "zu" (meaning sauce), which describes the basic characteristics of this sauce. Ponzu Shoyu Sauce has a balanced combination of sourness, saltiness, umami and citrus flavour.
It is used in a variety of ways:
As a dip: Ponzu sauce is often used as a dip for sushi, sashimi, tempura or other fried foods.
As a dressing: It can be used as a dressing for salads, dishes with grilled meats or vegetables.
In sauces: Ponzu sauce can be added to a variety of sauces and soups to enhance the flavor and freshen the dish.
The history of Ponzu Shoyu Sauce dates back to the Edo period (1603-1868) in Japan. It was developed as an alternative to traditional soy sauces and became popular due to its refreshing character and ability to enhance the taste and appearance of dishes. Over time, different variations of the sauce were developed, including those with different types of citrus and other ingredients.
Ingredients: soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt, alcohol), water, distilled vinegar, fructose syrup, lime juice 3%, alcohol, apple juice, cane sugar, flavour enhancer E621, E640, E631, salt, acidity regulator E330, E270, E260, soy protein, yeast extract, orange and lemon flavour.
Allergens - soy, wheat.
Nutritional values in 100ml
Energy (kJ)- 234 kJ
Energy (kcal)- 56 kcal
Fat- 0 g
Carbohydrates- 8,6 g of which sugars 5,8 g
Protein- 5.4 g
Salt - 7.6 g
|Net weight||220 ml|
|Protein 100 g||5 g|
|Dietary limitations||Without peanuts, Without celery, Without mustard, Without crustaceans, Without milk, Without mollusc, Without nuts, Without fish, Without sesame, Without sulphites, Without Lupines, Without eggs|
|Energy kcal||56 kcal|
|Energy kJ||234 kJ|
|Carbohydrates 100 g||9 g|
|Fats 100 g||0 g|
|Country of origin||Thailand|
|Compl. Packing pcs||12|