- Original Japanese dressing
- without oil
- adds light acidity, sweetness and a lot of umami
- Especially for starters, side dishes, salads with seafood
Description Japanese dressing Kanizu without oil
Canisu is actually a Japanese side dish made from cucumber, crab and a soy sauce and vinegar mixture. Kanisu belongs to Sunomono, which in Japanese stands for vinegar-sour side dishes.
This Canisu dressing adds light acidity, a little sweetness and a lot of umami.
The dressing was developed in collaboration with a restaurant that specializes in crab dishes.
- with seafood starters and side dishes
- to carpaccios
- to ceviche
- with tuna tartare
- with seafood salads
- with grilled fish
About the manufacturer
The Company Yokoi was founded in Tokyo in 1937 and is the only vinegar brewer left there today. Yokoi has special know-how regarding fermentation processes built up and mastered various methods. These include, for example, the very rare solid fermentation.
This special know-how results in a large number of very different rice vinegars and sauces of the highest quality.
Dressing made from rice vinegar, sugar, soy sauce
Delivery within 3-5 days
Ingredients: rice vinegar, sugar, soy sauce (SOYBeans, WHEAT), flavor enhancer: amino acids
Allergens: SOYBeans, WHEAT
|Nutritional values||per 100 ml|
|energy||226 kJ / 54 kcal|
|saturated with it||0 g|
|of which sugars||13.8 g|
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