Mizkan Mirin

Mirin is a Japanese staple with a tasty trio of sweet, sour and bitter, while offering the perfect accent to any dish.

Nutrition Info

Serving Size1tbsp
Calories25
Fat0g
Sodium100mg
Carbs9g
Total Sugars5g
Added Sugar5g
Protein0g
Udon-for-Mirin

Pairs Well With

Mirin contributes the tangy, rich flavor and shine to dipping sauces, broths, marinades and glazes. Use for homemade teriyaki sauce, braised meat and vegetables, tuna poke, miso ramen soup, and stir-fried udon noodles.

Did You Know?

Mirin is similar to sake but sweeter and adds a rich flavor. It can also tone down a dish with a strong fishy taste. Use sparingly since a little goes a long way.

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Poke-for-Mirin

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