The 6 Best Japanese Sauce Recipes
Here are our 6 Best Japanese Sauce Recipes that go well with everything! From the citrusy ponzu to all-purpose miso, each of them is going to make your dishes more delicious, and your life more flavorful.
Homemade sauces are the secret to delicious Japanese foods at home. And in our opinion, the truly good sauce is not only versatile, but it also takes only a few pantry ingredients to make.
These 6 Japanese sauces are the ones that you will need in rotation. Use them as dressings, dipping sauces, marinade proteins, flavor your steamed vegetables, and so much more. Learn how to make them all!
The 6 Best Japanese Sauce Recipes (You Needs To Know by Heart):
1: Homemade Yakiniku Sauce Recipe 焼肉のタレ
Homemade Yakiniku Sauce Recipe 焼肉のタレ is a mixture of savory and sweet flavors with bold sesame essence that is used to season grilled meats in Japanese cuisine. This sauce is used in dipping grilled meat. This sauce has 171 calories only.
2: Homemade Tonkatsu Sauce Recipe (Japanese Sauce)
Today I am going to make a very delicious and tasty Homemade Tonkatsu Sauce Recipe (Japanese Sauce). In this sauce, I am using only 4 ingredients. The easy and tasty flavor of the sauce is ready with 4 ingredients only. Just take the ingredients and combine together and mix well then yummy Japanese Tonkatsu sauce is done.
3: Easy Miso Sauce Recipe 味噌だれ
My miso sauce is probably one of the most versatile and simplest sauces to keep on hand for dressings, sauces, and marinades! Today I am sharing a very easy way means quick & Easy Miso Sauce Recipe 味噌だれ for you. Meat your new magic sauce that will compliment absolutely everything on your dinner plate!
4: Homemade Ponzu Sauce Recipe (Japanese Sauce)
Ponzu sauce (Japanese sauce) can be used in many different ways. It’s often used as a condiment or dipping sauce. It can be used as a marinade and may serve both of those purposes for chicken yakitori. This recipe has 39 calories only. And it is ready within 15 minutes only. So try this recipe and enjoy your d and snacks too.
5: Homemade Teriyaki Sauce (Japanese Restaurant-Style) Recipe
Teriyaki sauce is used most commonly for chicken, beef, and fish, but also for pork and even for offal as well. The most popular is Teriyaki Chicken. The thick, sweet, salty marinade matches perfectly with poultry and creates a wonderful caramelization when seared over high heat.
6: Homemade Eel Sauce (Unagi Sauce) ウナギのたれ
Unagi sauce is made by simmering 4 simple ingredients to a sugary, salty reduction that’s perfect atop your favorite dish. Traditionally, it is commonly used on grilled eel or different dishes that feature grilled eel such as unagi don (Unadon/Unaju) or unagi sushi.