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Bokksu Tinned Shirasu Anchovies with Yuzu Pepper

Bokksu Tinned Shirasu Anchovies with Yuzu Pepper

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Caught in Miyazaki Port, these shirasu (anchovies) are preserved fresh using cottonseed oil and preserved using cottonseed oil and spicy yuzu kosho, a paste of fermented yuzu peel and pepper. You’ll love the spicy and umami-rich flavors on onigiri, tofu, and even pizza. Plus - it’s high in protein, Vitamin E, and calcium!

Common Allergens: Fish.

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Bokksu Tinned Shirasu Anchovies with Yuzu Pepper

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What Is Yuzu?

Yuzu is a Japanese citrus fruit with an intense floral aroma and the tartness of lime. Yuzu has a unique fragrance that is hard to completely pin down, floral with notes of honey and lemon blossom are some ways to describe it. Once you try it, you will never want to go back to basic lemon ever again.

How Do You Cook With Yuzu?

Yuzu is a key ingredient in ponzu, a sauce of yuzu juice and soy sauce, and yuzu kosho, a spicy blend of chilies, zest, and salt. In cooking, yuzu juice is used to brighten up a dish with its acidity. The zest is applied as an accent to cooked vegetables, hot pots, custards, and fish, and is sometimes used to infuse miso or tea leaves. Yuzu also makes a common addition to dressings, sauces, marinades, and even cocktails. A little of the juice and zest packs quite a flavor punch.

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