Yakiniku sauce is a Japanese sauce specially designed to flavor and complement dishes when preparing yakiniku, a traditional method of grilling meats and vegetables on a portable grill or tabletop grill. Yakiniku is a popular dish in Japanese cuisine and the sauce is a key part of the experience.
Yakiniku sauce is used as follows:
For yakiniku: It is an essential part of yakiniku preparation. During grilling, pieces of meat and vegetables are dipped into the sauce or the sauce is used to coat the meat while grilling.
For other dishes: Yakiniku sauce can also be used to flavor other dishes such as fried or grilled foods.
The history of Yakiniku sauce dates back to the 20th century, when it was created to accompany yakiniku. Yakiniku first appeared in Japan after World War II and was influenced by Western barbecue culture. As yakiniku became popular in restaurants and homes, the need for a special sauce to enhance the flavor of meat and vegetables during grilling arose. Yakiniku sauce was designed to balance sweetness, saltiness, umami and spiciness to best enhance the flavor of grilled meats.
Ingredients: apple juice, soy sauce (water, soybeans, wheat, salt), sugar, salt, thickener E965, water, onion paste, alcohol, garlic paste, modified tapioca starch, flavour enhancer E621, E631, distilled vinegar, yeast extract, acidity regulator E330, chilli.
Allergens - soya, wheat.
Nutritional values in 100ml
Energy (kJ)- 849 kJ
Energy (kcal)- 203 kcal
Fat- 0 g
Carbohydrates- 47 g of which sugars 24 g
Protein- 3.6 g
Salt - 7.55 g
|Net weight||220 ml|
|Protein 100 g||4 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||203 kcal|
|Energy kJ||849 kJ|
|Carbohydrates 100 g||47 g|
|Fats 100 g||0 g|
|Country of origin||Thailand|
|Compl. Packing pcs||12|