Meishi takes you on a journey through the Orient by bringing you authentic ingredients for use in your traditional recipes. Experience a new range of products with Meishi. Bring authentic Asian flavor to just about any meal from any culture. Japanese cuisine is delicious, healthy, unique, and often much easier to cook than you might think. In order to meet the needs of the increasingly busy Japanese people, Japanese food manufacturers dedicate a lot of time towards creating authentic tasting foods and ingredients that take as little time and effort to prepare as possible. Create your own mouthwatering yakitori chicken skewers with Meishi yakitori sauce. Thick and sticky, this sweet and savoury sauce is a perfect balance of soy sauce for saltiness, sugar and molasses for sweetness, and spices for flavour depth. Yakitory in Japanese literally means “grilled chicken”, and therefore an indication with what kind of food this sauce goes best. According to our research, the moment people taste this sauce it becomes their favorite secret ingredient of homemade meals. Taking into account the popularity of barbecue in our country, this sauce takes the fame comparing to others. There is no other sauce that we can say is similar to this one. Primarily it has a sweet taste, high density and it gives a special glaze to meet, fish and vegetables. You can’t imagine Japanese buffets and grills without yakitori chicken skewers, can you? This delicious finger food has successfully made its way into the hearts of BBQ fans. Meishi Yakitori Sauce makes the perfect high-quality marinade for quick, simple and authentic yakitori dishes. Simply brush the thick, shiny sauce onto your barbecue foods when they’re almost cooked and return to the grill briefly to finish. You can also use Yakitori Sauce as a dip. Meishi yakitori sauce is suitable for vegans too.
Directions For Use:
You can use this sauce as a marinade or as a dipping sauce.
Add chicken and sliced spring onion to a wooden skewer.
Marinade the skewers in the yakitori sauce. Cook the yakitori on a barbecue or under a grill.
Dip in the sauce again and enjoy.