4 Reviews

Made the tempura sauce along with the Japanese Tempura that accompanies this. Outstanding even though I used a vegetable bouillion cube rather than a fish one.

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Member #610488 May 30, 2008

To clear up anymore confusion -- tempura sauce should be a very liquidy consistancy (like water). In Japan you cook tempura at the table and serve it on a deep plate covered in the sauce, so your tempura batter gets saturated with it. Happy cooking!

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Ingy December 27, 2006

Mirin and saki are both rice wines. They are ususally found in the liquor store. Hope this clears up any confusion.

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Abby Girl August 22, 2006

have no idea what mirin or sake is & where i would find it in the little town i live but used maple syrup instead (sugar?). the result was a great tasting dipping sauce although a bit watery - not sure if it was meant to be a bit thicker.

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nicky wagerfield August 09, 2006
Japanese Tempura Sauce