Guaranteed quality and traceability
Finely ground powdered sansho produces the sansho aroma, while coarse ground sansho gives a tangy taste and enhances the sweet taste of white miso.
Our perfect combination : for Japanese dishes, it can be used for white fish and steamed vegetables as well as for salad dressings.
Very fresh, rich in perfumes and aromas, it is used as a condiment and can also be used to marinate meats ; a generous pinch under a baked scallop or as an accompaniment to half-cooked foie gras, or baked foie gras slice, will be a delightfully surprising effect.
We often talk about sansho pepper but this berry is not part of the pepper family, but that of Rutaceae (citrus). Its peculiarities: a very fruity flavor of lemongrass, lemon, almost minty. Tingling on the tongue in mouth and explosion of flavor. Its particularity is its very spicy citrus flavor.
- Kyoto, Japan
- Flavoured Miso
- 100 g net
- welded bag
- rice miso (rice, soy, salt, alcohol, vitamin B2, aspergillus oryzae), sugar, mirin, sake, 1.99 % sansho
- Freeze for longer storage (12 months)
- Nutritional values
- Per 100 g : energy 243 kcal (1034 kJ) ; fat 1,1g, of which saturates 0,35g ; carbohydrate 51,4g, of which sugars 37,3g ; protein 7g ; salt 3,063g.
- Recommanded use
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