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Marukan Yuzu Ponzu

If soy sauce is the only Japanese condiment in your seasoning arsenal, it’s time to expand your palate. Ponzu is an unsung Japanese flavor favorite for marinades, sauces, and dips. This soy dressing is made with authentic yuzu and sudachi citrus in the traditional Japanese fashion for a bright and balanced tangy, tart, and umami flavor. A great refreshing addition to your summer vegetables and dishes!

If you want to learn more about what ponzu is and how to cook with it, check out this blog!

Common Allergens: Fish, Wheat, Soy. May also contain: Alcohol.

What Is Ponzu?

Ponzu is a classic and versatile citrus-based Japanese sauce. It is frequently mixed with soy sauce, which results in a sauce called ponzu-shoyu. In fact, most pre-made bottled ponzu sauces you’ll find in Japanese grocery stores, or even Asian grocery stores, are ponzu-shoyu. The soy sauce helps the delicate ponzu sauce stay fresh and delicious for longer. 

How To Cook With Ponzu

It is traditionally used as a dipping sauce for shabu-shabu, tataki, soba or somen noodles, sashimi, and dumplings. It also works well as a marinade for fish, or even as the base of a salad dressing!