Mirin – recipe ingredient

Mirin (味 醂, or み り ん) is a very sweet rice wine used in Japanese cooking. Adds a sweet taste to sauces, marinades and stews. In the past (XV-XVI century), Mirin was popular as an alcoholic drink for women, a sweet analogue of sake. Mirin contains up to 50% sugar, and its strength, as a rule, is 14 degrees.

Recipes that use mirin