Sanchi Tamari Reduced Salt 150ml
Reduced salt traditionally brewed tamari soy sauceAverage Reviews Customer Reviews Write Review
Tamari soy sauce is a traditional Japanese product, made by naturally fermenting soya beans in cedar casks.
Sanchi reduced salt tamari soy sauce is made with one third less salt than regular tamari and is recommended for anyone who wishes to reduce their salt intake without compromising on the unique, robust flavour of traditionally-brewed tamari.
Tamari is the richest tasting soya sauce and is commonly used in cooking to bring out the flavour of soups, salad dressings and oriental dishes.
Water, whole soybeans, sea salt, alcohol (from non GM sugarcane), roasted barley flour, koji starter culture (asperigillus oryzae).
Typical Values Per 100g:
Energy 276kJ/66kcal, Protein 9.3g, Carbohydrates 7.4g, of which sugars 6.4g, Fat 0.2g, of which saturates trace, Fibre 0.9g, Sodium 4.2g, Salt 10.5g.
Suitable for coeliacs.
Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Vegan, Vegetarian, Wheat Free
Customer reviews - Sanchi Tamari Reduced Salt 150ml
RecipesOnion Gravy -
Thu 24th Oct 2013
This is the most simple gravy and using the minimum of ingredients.
1 chopped onion.
olive oil for frying.
Sanchi Tamari, enough to colour and flavour the gravy to suit your taste.
Water, filtered if possible.
Sprinke of nori flakes or some Wakami.
1 clove of garlic, crushed, optional.
Fry the onion in the olive oil until softened and starting to brown.
Add some Tamari and water, more water than you think you would need, this needs to cook for a while and reduces.
Cook on a low heat, with a lid on, allowing the gravy to simmer gently.
After about half an hour the liquid will have reduced, at this point add the seaweed and allow to simmer again for a few minutes.
If there is not enough liquid left, add a bit more water and allow to simmer a bit longer.
This can also be thickened with cornflour, mix with a little cold water and add to the pan while still hot.Reviewer's Name:
Mon 18th Jun 2012
Try making a sweet and sour stirfry. Slice fresh pork loin (or other meat) into strips and stirfry, adding pineapple chunks, onion, sweet peppers, garlic, grated fresh ginger and tamari. Top with cashews.Reviewer's Name:
TinaTeriyaki Marinade -
Mon 4th Mar 2013
Mix 4 tbsp tamari with 1 tbsp runny honey, 2 crushed cloves of garlic, 1 tbsp lemon juice, 2 tbsp olive oil and some ground black pepper. Use to marinate/baste chicken, fish or tofu before/during grilling. Any remaining marinade can be warmed and served on the side.Reviewer's Name:
Sat 5th Oct 2013
Like the gluten free product and the fact less salt although still salty in dishes so no need to add further salt and just use sparinglyReviewer's Name:
fiona mcbride Helpful -
Mon 14th Oct 2013
A good size, lasts long enough and keeps well. Always good to have in the cupboard for both recipes and spontaneous meal preparation.Reviewer's Name: