Sake – recipe ingredient

Sake is one of the traditional Japanese alcoholic drinks obtained by fermenting wort based on rice and steamed rice malt. In Japan it is called the word nihonshu (я 酒 酒), in everyday life, the words sake (酒 酒) or o-sake (お お) mean any type of alcoholic beverage, and it is included in other languages in this form. Sake is a national Japanese alcoholic beverage, the taste of which may include sherry and pleasantly bitter tones, notes of grapes, apples and bananas. In the best varieties of sake, there is a taste of ripened cheese, soy sauce and fresh mushrooms. Color from transparent (colorless) to greenish-lemon and yellowish-amber.

Recipes that use sake