By Cooking Panda
Mizkan’s Condiments now in USA
MOUNT PROSPECT, ILL. — The wait is over fellas! The Mizkan Group has finally decided to bring in the Mizkan brand of premium Japanese sauces and rice vinegar into the United States. They have decided to do this with the launch of Mizkan America, Inc. offerings. In case you don’t know, the company has been producing its highly revered condiments since 1804 in Japan.
Curious to know about the varieties, that Mizkan’s line of rice vinegar features? There are three Non-GMO Project verified varieties that include:
- natural, for a mild and mellow flavor
- seasoned, for a mild and sweet flavor
- organic natural, with a mild and mellow flavor.
Confused about what you should start with, don’t worry, we got you!
If you want a hint of lemon and orange and want it to taste savory, then the Ponzu Citrus Seasoned Soy Sauce is for you.
But if you want a sauce for dipping and salads, then you should go for the Sesame Dipping sauce. It is sweet and has a hint of sesame.
However, if you want something that would be perfect for appetizers such as egg rolls and dumplings but at the same time has a touch of sweetness and sesame, then the recommendation would be the Dumpling Sauce.
What is the standout seasoning? The Mirlin Sweet Cooking Seasoning offers a trifecta flavor of sweet, sour and bitter and is created for glazes and sauces.
The brand manager of Mizkan America, Inc., Sara Delach, said, “Today’s home chefs gravitate to their kitchens to seek global connectivity and culinary adventures, so we wanted to give consumers great tasting Japanese flavors within a premium portfolio of products that were easily accessible,” she went onto add, “We’re delighted to offer this new line of flavorful condiments to U.S. consumers, helping Americans enjoy the flavors that make authentic Japanese cooking uniquely delicious. Because when it comes to unforgettable food, there’s a universal rule: Eat as the locals eat.”
You can get the Mizkan condiments in 12-oz bottles and would be waving at you in the ethnic food aisle. The suggested retail price between $2.99 and $3.49.