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Marukin Mirin fumi 500ml Alc1%

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Best Before Date: 05-09-2021

Marukin Mirin fumi 500ml Alc1%

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What makes Marukin Mirin fumi 500ml Alc1% different

Japanese Mirin Marukin is a sweet rice wine of Japanese cuisine. It is made from rice, rice yeast, sugar, water and spice. In contrast to sake, it contains lower alcohol. It tastes much sweeter, as it is only partially fermented.


Volumen
500ml

Energie
237kcal

MHD
05.09.21

Brand
Marukin
ITEM ID: NN-2
Food » Cooking Essentials » Mirin and Cooking Sake
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Ingredients

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Nutrient Pro 100g
Energy 237kcal
Fat
- of which saturated
0g
Corbohydrate
- of which sugar
59.1g
Natrium (Salt) 0.3g
Protein 0.2g
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Kreyenhop & Kluge GmbH & Co. KG, Industriestraße 40-42, 28876 Oyten
JIK GmbH, Siemensring 91, 47877 Willich (Münchheide I)

Item Details
Nutrition
Pro 100g:
  • Energy: 237kcal
  • Fat: 0g
    of which saturated:
  • Carbohydrate: 59.1g
    of which sugar:
  • Sodium (Salt): 0.3g
  • Protein: 0.2g
Ingredients

Product information according to the LMIV (Lebensmittel-Informationaverordnung) is provided as soon as possible

Imfortant Information

Product packaging, specifications and price are subject to change without notice. All information about the products on our website is provided for information purposes only. Please always read labels, warnings and directions provided with the product before use.

Circulation Carrier

Interburgo Netherlands BV, Vareseweg 1, 3047 AT Rotterdam
SSP Konsumgueter Trade & Consult GmbH, Philipp-Reis-Straße 15 B3/B4, 63128 Dietzenbach
Kreyenhop & Kluge GmbH & Co. KG, Industriestraße 40-42, 28876 Oyten
JIK GmbH, Siemensring 91, 47877 Willich (Münchheide I)

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Mirin and Cooking Sake in Korea und Japan

Cooking sake in Japan means cooking alcohol. It is used for various purposes such as when you want to remove a fishy smell of seafood or to add an extra fragrance to cooking.

Especially, it is an essential seasoning in Japan where a lot of fish and seafood are consumed and the stews are often eaten. Cooking alcohol contains about 13% alcohol. Mirin is in general known as a cooking alcohol added with sugar and seasoning. Mirin contains around 14% alcohol. Mirin softens meats and fishes, removes fishy smell, adds extra shine to the meals. It is commonly used in Korean and Japanese cuisines to add extra flavor to the food, but too much mirin could make the dishes too sweet.

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Marukin Mirin fumi 500ml Alc1%

Marukin Mirin fumi 500ml Alc1%

Japanese Mirin Marukin is a sweet rice wine of Japanese cuisine. It is made from rice, rice yeast, sugar, water and spice. In contrast to sake, it contains lower alcohol. It tastes much sweeter, as it is only partially fermented.

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