Soy Sauce Translates Into a Variety of Cuisines
One cuisine that gets a serious boost from Kikkoman Ponzu and Kikkoman Soy Sauce is Latin food. Ponzu is citrus seasoned soy sauce and is great on seafood, grilled meats and vegetables. Lime ponzu enhances the flavor of traditional Latin meat dishes like carne asada, carnitas and fajitas. In addition to Latin cuisine, we use soy sauce in Italian dishes to balance the rich tomato and meat flavors.
- Looking for a quick but tasty dinner option? Look no further than our Sizzling Ponzu Fajitas. The Lime Ponzu marinates and moistens the steak creating a mouthwatering fajita complete with crisp peppers. No sour cream needed with this tangy lime taste.
- Mama Mia! Our Umami-Rich Lasagna is better than other takes on this traditional cheesy, meat-filled Italian staple. Why? Because we’ve added Kikkoman Soy Sauce for the umami effect, balancing the levels of flavor from the cheese, tomato sauce and mushrooms.
- Love dim sum? Here are some delicious ideas for a lighter option. Our Dim Sum Mushrooms have a few different spices including our Kikkoman Oyster Sauce. This recipe makes 15 appetizer-sized portions, which makes sharing and entertaining a little easier.
- Bahn Mi (Vietnamese Pork Sandwiches) is still enjoying a wave of popularity. Our version incorporates all of the Bahn Mi staples, including Xa-Xiu (Vietnamese-style “BBQ” Pork”), mayonnaise, cucumber, jalapeno pepper and fresh cilantro, but gets an extra punch of flavor from Kikkoman Hoisin Sauce. Serve on top of a French roll or over rice.