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Japanese Condiments Posted by on May 29, 2010 in Uncategorized

ポンず (ponzu) is a dark and watery dipping sauce made of rice vinegar, seaweed, fish flakes, lemon and sometimes soy sauce.

からし (karashi) is a type of mustard made from crushed seeds. It is a dipping sauce that is yellowish in color.

わりした (warishita) is a sauce made of soy sauce, salt and sugar. It is often used to make sukiyaki (すきやき), a type of Japanese hot pot.

ラーゆ (rāyu) is a spicy condiment made of red chili peppers, sesame oil, ginger, paprika, and corn oil.

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