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Ingredients: soya sauce* (43%) (water, soya beans*, wheat*, sea salt), water, rice malt syrup* (rice*, sprouted barley*, water), mirin* (glutinous rice*, water, malted rice*, rice*), sea salt, kombu kelp extract (2.5%) (water, kelp, salt), dried shiitake mushroom* (0.5%). *organically grown
Product volume: 245ml
Tsuyu is a flavourful and versatile stock. The goodness of shiitake mushrooms is highly concentrated and blended with our own soya sauce. The additional of organic mirin creates a deep and delicious savoury flavour with a hint of sweetness. In fact tsuyu means "plum rain/rainy season" in Japanese, what better than a comforting and steaming bowl of noodles and tsuyu while the rain batters against the kitchen windows?
Savoury, earthy, mushroomy - none of them quite fit the bill when trying to describe the ever illusive umami taste. A part of everyday vocabulary in Japan for years, where the word itself means ‘deliciousness’, umami is becoming increasingly well known in the UK. Professional chefs and household cooks alike are picking up on its many taste benefits.
Clearspring Organic Tsuyu is rich in umami and incorporating it into your cooking will give your dishes that instant and unique savoury hit.
Product Code: TS115
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Simply dilute to use as a soup stock, tempura dip or Oriental style dressing.
enjoyed the new flavour which was a much appreciated new
dimension to my cooking
Amazing for cold summer soba! Pretty good value as well - a bottle will do me about 20-30 meals of cold Soba. I have not tried it with other dishes but it should not disappoint :)
Very disappointed that the bottle I received had a very short time left on the shelf life . Think I must have been old stock .
the ramen ordered only had the noodles in one packet and the sachet of sauce was missing!
I bought this item to try while it was in the sale. I found it far too salty when used in the concentration described on the bottle. I also found I needed to use almost half the bottle for the quantity thin soup I made when using a much lesser concentration. I did not find it flavoursome, but it did add a positive contribution to the broth I made using predominantly vegetables, fish and seaweed. I don't think I will be buying it again. Maybe I was expecting something more miso in flavour.