Recommended Seasoning Suggestions
One popular way to use soy sauce is as a dip for sushi and sashimi—in fact, soy sauce is indispensable to these dishes. . . . and is also a great complement to a wide variety of other fish dishes.
As a Marinade!
In the West, Kikkoman Soy Sauce is often used as a marinade. Soy sauce brings out the ultimate flavor and aroma of the ingredients. When meat marinated in soy sauce is grilled, it produces a wonderful smell that stimulates the appetite. Try cooking different types of fish and meat that have been marinated in soy sauce.
With Ice Cream!
Seasoning with naturally brewed soy sauce isn’t limited to just improving the taste of meats and vegetables . . . try sprinkling a few drops over vanilla ice cream! The soy sauce draws out the flavor of the ice cream and gives it a delicious caramel-like aroma.
Use Naturally Brewed Soy Sauce!
Non-brewed soy sauce has a harsh taste and acrid aroma that mask the true characteristics of food ingredients, while Kikkoman Soy Sauce brings out the fundamental flavor of foods. Use Kikkoman Soy Sauce with a variety of dishes. . . like soups, stews, marinades and sauces, just to name a few.
You’ll open the door to a whole new world of taste.