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Kewpie Yuzu & Kosho Pepper Dressing

Kewpie Yuzu & Kosho Pepper Dressing

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Give your dinner a spicy and citrus-filled kick! The dressing incorporates yuzu kosho, which is a fermented paste of peppers, yuzu peel, and salt. You'll really feel the slow heat of the jalapeño and taste the citrus tang! Use it in salad dressings, as a marinade, or even on cold noodles. This dressing was created by Kewpie. They've been creating condiments for over 100 years, including their iconic mayonnaise!

Common Allergens: Wheat, Soy.

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Kewpie Yuzu & Kosho Pepper Dressing

Regular $5.49
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Why Is Japanese Salad Dressing So Tasty?

Many Japanese salad dressings utilize Kewpie mayonnaise. If you’ve never tried Kewpie mayo, you’re in for a real treat. What makes it stand out against other mayo companies, is the lack of preservatives and the inclusion of only egg yolks (not whole eggs). Egg yolk makes Japanese mayo more decadent than regular mayo. Other ingredients include a mixture of vinegar (distilled vinegar, rice vinegar, and apple cider vinegar), oil, salt, and MSG or yeast extract. These simple ingredients, along with a special blending machine, helps create the creamiest, tastiest mayo ever.

Top Ways To Use Japanese Salad Dressing

These condiments can “dress” up way more than just salads! Add them to tuna fish for a great tuna salad sandwich or onigiri. Make your own crudite by dipping raw vegetables into the dressings. You can even marinate steak with them. But once you try these dressings on your salad, you may never want to go back to your old favorite condiments!