Otafuku Yakisoba Sauce - Catering Size, 2 L

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4.5 / 5

22 recensioner

Stir up sumptuously delicious fried noodle dishes.

Completing the authentically moreish taste of Japan's famous yakisoba and yakiudon street food noodles is only possible with a sauce as fruity and umami-rich as this savoury-sweet yakisoba sauce. Made from various juicy fruits and soy sauce to give its rich, barbecue flavour saltier depth and a less thick consistency, this dark sauce becomes easy to drizzle into your stir-fries, soaking noodles and ingredients in its irresistibly tangy, subtly peppery taste. Provided in a catering size bottle by condiment experts Otafuku, so you can perfect your own classic yakisoba serving and get creative with other stir-fried noodle, rice and omelette dishes.

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Yakisoba sauce belongs in the 'fruit sauce' family, along with okonomiyaki sauce, Japanese Worcester sauce, and tonkatsu sauce. All of these sauces feature various fruits and vegetables as their main ingredients, and are generally used to top foods with full-bodied, umami flavours (such as meat and barbecued foods), as the dynamic fruity flavours of the sauce contrasts beautifully with such dishes. For these and other Japanese sauces, take a look at japancentre.com's Sauces section.



Per 100ml:
• Energy: 942kJ/222kcal
• Fat: <0.5g
  (of which Saturates: <0.1g)
• Carbohydrate: 44.0g
  (of which Sugars: 20.0g)
• Protein: 9.6g
• Salt: 7.2g

Ingredients and allergens

Vinegar, Fruits and Vegetables (Tomato, Apple, Onion, Date & Garlic), High Fructose Corn Syrup, Sugar, Hydrolyzed Soy Protein, Water, Soy Sauce (Defatted Soy Beans, Wheat, Salt, Soy Beans, Alcohol (Carry Over), Soy Beans, Wheat, Salt), Salt, Modified Food Starch (E1414), Granulated Sugar, Spices (Celery), Caramel Cooking (E150a), Yeast Extract, Yeast Powder, Hydrolyzed Protein (Corn, Soy), Guar Gum (E412, Caramel Syrup). Made in a Factory that also handles Celery, Cereals containing Gluten (Wheat, Rye, Barley, Oats), Crustaceans, Eggs, Fish, Milk, Molluscs, Mustard, Nuts, Peanuts, Sesame Seeds, Soya Beans, Sulphur Dioxide or Sulphites.


2 recensioner
I love making yak isobar noodles and this sauce is fantastic - will be back for more
We like Japanese Yakisoba souce.