Amay’s fresh noodles and flour skin wraps are widely used by restaurants and food processors. They are made from quality ingredients and are versatile in their uses in the kitchen. Fresh noodles are used in a variety of dishes from Chinese chow mein to Shanghai-styled noodles.
Delicate, subtle and refined, a fundamental Ingredient of Japanese cuisine. Haku Iwashi Whisky Barrel Aged Fish Sauce is Master crafted following ancestral methods dating back to the edo period, 400 years ago. Using only the Iwashi sardine from the Sea of Japan which is much bigger and fattier than its Mediterranean counterparts. Japanese Iwashi fish sauce is first aged 2 years before it is further refined and aged an additional 12 months in Japanese Whisky Barrels yielding a more mellow, delicate texture and flavor with an understated sweetness. Quintessentially the perfect finishing sauce.
Shichi is Japanese for “seven” and togarashi means “peppers,” hence the name “seven spice” referring to the number of spices (plus nori) typically used in this blend. While many variations exist, shichimi togarashi typically includes red chili peppers, sanshō or sichuan peppercorns, dried orange peel, black sesame seeds, white sesame seeds, ground ginger, poppy seeds and nori (seaweed).
Ideal for the home chef, Yakami Orchards Yuzu Juice, Niban Shibori (Second Pressing of Fruit), is a vibrant ingredient perfect for superb Cocktails and Non-Alcoholic Drinks, Vinaigrettes, Sashimi, Ceviche, Sauces, Vegetables and Desert or whenever a splash of Yuzu Cintron will create the complexity of flavor you desire in whatever creation demands the BEST.
Takumi White Soy Sauce is rare. With a long tradition in Japan, light amber in color as well as cleaner and thinner than typical soy sauces, this white soy infuses wonderful flavor without darkening the color of foods. The more subtle Shiro (or white) soy sauce involves more wheat and has a lighter color and sweeter flavor. The wheat is roasted in hot sand until it turns fox brown in color and yields a fragrant aroma. Then it is coarsely milled to resemble cracked wheat and a small amount of steamed soybeans are mixed with the fragrant, roasted wheat. The soybeans and wheat are mixed together and inoculated with koji seed. Because of this mildness, white soy sauce is a favorite of chefs & mixologists looking to add the flavor of soy without overpowering the flavors and colors of other ingredients.
A fundamental ingredient used throughout Japan, Yakami Orchards Yuzu Ponzu is hand crafted using only the finest quality ingredients. Fresh Yuzu Juice and Yuzu Zest are expertly married to a Cedar Aged Rice Vinegar & Salted Mirin base, then finished with Bonito and Kombu Seaweed and artfully aged to unequalled perfection. From exotic cocktails to marinades & dressings, Yakami Orchards Yuzu Ponzu yields unparalleled balance. Add Takuko White Shoyu or Tamari to create a simple dipping sauce or reduce to create the perfect glaze. Its limits are extensive, a must for any Japanese Cuisine enthusiast.