Yuzu (10%) salt 50g

In Japan, yuzu is a predominant citrus fruit, with a really outstanding taste compared to the other citrus. Banraï selects its yuzu in the heart of Kôchi’s Prefecture, at the South end of Shikoku Island. 

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Banraï’s yuzu salt is perfect in all your boiled or steamed dishes, grilled or steamed fishes, white or red meats. It seasons to perfection tofu made dishes, tempuras, fried dishes and sashimi. Do not hesitate to integrate a few drops while making puffpastries
as appetizers.


  • Ingredients : salt, dextrine, yuzu peel powder (10%), glucose, kombu seaweed extract, yeast extract,flavoring.
  • Packaging : 50 g net resealable aluminium sachet
  • Storage : To preserve all the flavour of this salt, it is best to refrigerate in its correctly closed sachet
  • Origin : Japan
  • Nutritional values : Per 100 g : energy 771 kJ (182 kcal) ; fat 0,7 g, of which saturates 0,6 g ; carbohydrate 41 g, of which sugars 19 g ; protein 2,8 g ; salt 50,8 g.
A marriage of tradition, pleasure and quality
For more than fifty years, Minami Sangyo has been working to produce healthy, pleasant and friendly food, first as a tofu machine manufacturer, then as a producer of fresh tofu, soya milk and seasonal salt under the well-know brand of Banraï.

Banraï salt: delicacy from the depths
From a simple grilled fish to more refined dishes, salt holds a very special place in Japanese culinary traditions. Its strength: to enhance the best of the food it accompanies. The secret of Banraï salt comes from the depths of the sea. Drawn in its purest form and then crafted according to the thousand-year-old ryory tradition, its delicacy is without equal and is an ally of the three princely flavours in Japanese cuisine : macha, wasabi and yuzu.

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Yuzu (10%) salt 50g

Yuzu (10%) salt 50g

In Japan, yuzu is a predominant citrus fruit, with a really outstanding taste compared to the other citrus. Banraï selects its yuzu in the heart of Kôchi’s Prefecture, at the South end of Shikoku Island. 

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