|Preservation Process:||in brine|
|Sterilization:||high temperature sterilization without preservatives|
|Storage:||in normal temperature,refrigerate after opening|
|Shelf life:||2 years|
|Brand:||OEM Customer’s Brand|
|Packaging:||Glass bottle,Plastic bucket,Carton packaging|
|PRO date/EXP date:||please see on the package|
|Thick Soy Sauce||500g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thick Soy Sauce||1000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thick Soy Sauce||1500g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thick Soy Sauce||2000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thick Soy Sauce||3000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thick Soy Sauce||5000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thick Soy Sauce||6000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thick Soy Sauce||Any Size Can Be Customized||Any Packaging Can Be Customized|
Thick soy sauce, also known as dark soy sauce, is a type of soy sauce that has a thicker consistency and a darker color compared to regular soy sauce. It is commonly used in Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisines to add a rich, umami flavor to dishes. In this article, we will discuss the benefits and nutritional value of thick soy sauce, its manufacturing process, common cooking techniques, and its popularity in different regions. We will also introduce Tianz Food, a global food producer that offers a range of seasoning products in various packaging sizes, and how we can provide OEM/ODM services to our clients.
Benefits and Nutritional Value
Thick soy sauce contains essential nutrients such as protein, iron, and antioxidants. It is also low in calories and sodium compared to other seasoning products. Studies have shown that consuming soy sauce can help lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Additionally, the fermentation process used to produce soy sauce can enhance the bioavailability of certain nutrients, making them easier for the body to absorb.
The production of thick soy sauce involves several steps, including mixing soybeans, wheat, and water to form a mash, which is then fermented using a combination of mold and bacteria. The mixture is then boiled, filtered, and combined with salt and other seasonings to create the final product. The fermentation process can take several months or even years, depending on the desired flavor and consistency.
Common Cooking Techniques
Thick soy sauce is commonly used in marinades, stir-fries, and dipping sauces. Its rich flavor pairs well with meats, seafood, vegetables, and rice dishes. It can also be used as a condiment or added to soups and stews for added depth of flavor. When cooking with thick soy sauce, it is important to use it in moderation as it has a high concentration of salt.
Popularity in Different Regions
Thick soy sauce is a staple ingredient in many Chinese and Southeast Asian cuisines. It is commonly used in dishes such as char siu pork, soy sauce chicken, and stir-fried noodles. It is also popular in Japan, where it is used to flavor dishes such as teriyaki and tonkatsu. In Western countries, thick soy sauce is often used as a marinade or glaze for grilled meats and vegetables.
Tianz Food’s OEM/ODM Services
Tianz Food is a global food producer that specializes in the manufacturing of seasoning products, including thick soy sauce. We offer a range of packaging sizes to suit different needs and requirements, and we can provide OEM/ODM services to our clients. Our products are made using high-quality ingredients and advanced manufacturing processes to ensure consistency and flavor. We are committed to providing our clients with the best possible service and quality products.
In conclusion, thick soy sauce is a versatile seasoning product that adds depth and flavor to a wide range of dishes. Tianz Food offers a range of high-quality thick soy sauce products in various packaging sizes, and we can provide OEM/ODM services to our clients. Contact us today to learn more about our products and services.
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