Kizami pickled ginger is cut into julienne strips, rather than the shaved variety commonly used in sushi. In Japan, this is sometimes referred to as beni shoga. Pickled ginger is amazing served with roasted meats, in stir fry, in poke bowls, try a chicken sandwich with wasabi mayo, cucumber and pickled ginger...now we're talking!
Follow this link to my recipe for Basic Sushi - together with a demo video to show you how to make Sushi rolls at home.
Ingredients: Ginger, water, salt, acids: E260 and E330, preservative: E202, sweeteners: E951, colour: E163, sweeteners: E954 and E955, flavour enhancer: E621.
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