How to Make Japanese (Agedashi) Sauce

Once you know the ratio of the ingredients, you can make this easily every time.

Recipe By: iBUKi-London (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/252)
Makes 1 Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Water 5 parts
Soy sauce 1 part
Mirin 1 part
Bonito flakes 5g

Method

1
Put the water, soy sauce and mirin in a pan (5:1:1) and boil.
2
Add the bonito flakes and turn the heat off. Wait 15-20 seconds then drain. That's it!

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How to Make Japanese (Agedashi) Sauce

Once you know the ratio of the ingredients, you can make this easily every time.

Recipe By: iBUKi-London (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/252)

Makes 1

Cook: 5 min

Ingredients

Water 5 parts
Soy sauce 1 part
Mirin 1 part
Bonito flakes 5g

How to Make Japanese (Agedashi) Sauce

Recipe ID :1281 Posted on 30 NOV 2015

Makes 1

Cook 5min
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Once you know the ratio of the ingredients, you can make this easily every time.

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5min
1
Put the water, soy sauce and mirin in a pan (5:1:1) and boil.
2
Add the bonito flakes and turn the heat off. Wait 15-20 seconds then drain. That's it!
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