Japanese Allergen Free Ponzu Sauce
If you like cooking Asian food at home, then you should have a bottle of Japanese Allergen Free Ponzu Sauce in your Kitchen Pantry! What is Ponzu? It is a type of vinegar which already has flavour on its own. It is an essential condiment and marinade with a wonderful and zingy flavour that pairs well with vegetables, seafood, and meats. It’s often used when Japanese people enjoy hot pot.
Instead of wheat and soybeans which are commonly found in Ponzu sauce, our Japanese Allergen Free Ponzu Sauce uses four different types of grains – sesame, foam, millet and cane. “Yuzu” and “bitter orange” juices are used for a gentle taste so this Ponzo sauce is also suitable for those who are not good at acidity.
Free from 7 major allergen materials (eggs, milk, wheat, buckwheat, peanuts, shrimp and crab) and with no chemical seasoning used, this Ponzo Sauce is highly recommended for families with different food allergies.
How to enjoy Ponzu Sauce.
Shake well and use as it is without diluting. It is also a dipping sauce for one-pot dishes such as nabe and shabu shabu. One can also dip pieces of sashimi in ponzu sauce. A splash of ponzu in some rice can really liven it up. You can also try a little ponzu with your steak or dribble them on a raw oyster.
Raw materials: sugar, salt, fruit juice (citron, orange), fish extract, vinegar, soy sauce Seasonings (defatted sesame, salt, foam, millet, cane), kombu, yeast extract, (including sesame as part of raw materials)
Nutrients: Per 100 ml
- Energy: 47 kcaL
- Protein: 0.6 g
- Lipid: 0 g
- Carbohydrate: 11.1 g
- Sodium: 2.6 g (equivalent to salt: 6.6 g)
Allergic substance: Sesame
Precautions: Since there are no preservatives, mold and yeast may form after opening. So be sure to store in the refrigerator and use as soon as possible. Precipitation may occur, but this does not affect quality.