MEEKUS Shaoxing Rice Cooking Wine, 25.3 FL Oz (750 mL)
Do you love Asian cuisines and looking for something that can add flavor in your dishes? Well look no further and have this Shaoxing Rice Cooking Wine stock on your cabins!
In traditional Chinese winemaking, glutinous rice, water, and yeast derived from wheat are fermented to create "yellow wine," also known as "shaoxing rice cooking wine."
In the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang, Shaoxing, is where it must be made. In Chinese cuisine, it is frequently used as both a cooking wine and a beverage. It is well recognized and respected all over mainland China, Taiwan, and Southeast Asia.
BENEFITS THAT YOU CAN GET:
Guess what? It's only an additional flavoring in your dish this will also helps to aids by removing wintertime cold, soothes and warms energy channels, removes dampness and interior cold, nourishes the skin, and fortifies the digestive system since it has more than 18 different types of amino acids, including seven necessary amino acids that the body is unable to assemble, are also abundant in Shaoxing wine.
To warm the body, avoid getting a cold, and benefit the stomach, you can add some ginger to the Shaoxing wine as it's heating. How amazing isn't it?
HOW IS IT USED?
We'd even argue that Shaoxing wine is used in the vast majority of savory recipes. You'd struggle to find a single dish on a Chinese restaurant menu that does not include Chinese cooking wine amid all the recognizable Chinese meals we're used to in the West!
Almost all stir-fry sauces contain it, including the traditional Chop Suey / Chicken Stir-Fries (seen above), Cashew Chicken, Mongolian Beef, Beef with Broccoli, and Kung Pao Chicken. Along with soup broths like Wonton Soup and Chinese Corn Soup, it is also utilized in noodle dishes like Chow Mein.
If you've ever attempted to prepare a Chinese dish and wondered why it didn't turn out as expected then you must try to add this on your recipe! Since it has an alcohol content of between 15%.
For stir fries which you can cook quickly, rice cooking wine should only be used sparingly—generally about 1 or 2 tablespoons that will serve 3–4 people.
HAVE YOU EVER WONDER ITS FLAVOR?
Shaoxing rice wine doesn't smell much like alcohol to those who aren't familiar with it. It's an amber-colored clear beverage that's slightly spicy and slightly sweet. Some liken the taste to caramel; some say it's nutty, and others detect notes of vinegar.
This specific product contains wheat
Water, rice, wheat, caramel, alcohol 15% by volume salt content 1.5
25 serving per sachet
Serving Size 1 tbsp (30mL)
Amount Per Serving
|% Daily Value*|
|Total Fat 0g||0%
|Saturated Fat 0g||0%
|Trans Fat 0g|
|Total Carbohydrate 17g||6%
|Dietary Fiber 0g||0%
|Total Sugar 0g|
|Includes 0g Added Sugar||0%
|Vitamin D 0mcg||0%
* The Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
The aged kind of saoxing wine can be kept fresh for up to six months provided it is bottled and kept in a cool, dark location. If you won't be using it frequently, you can keep it in the refrigerator. You don't need to refrigerate Shaoxing cooking wine. Just remember to keep an eye on the expiration date when storing in the pantry.
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