|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|
|Thin Soy Sauce||500g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thin Soy Sauce||1000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thin Soy Sauce||1500g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thin Soy Sauce||2000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thin Soy Sauce||3000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thin Soy Sauce||5000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thin Soy Sauce||6000g||Plastic Bottle,Plastic Bucket,Carton packaging|
|Thin Soy Sauce||Any Size Can Be Customized||Any Packaging Can Be Customized|
Thin soy sauce is a type of soy sauce that is widely used in Chinese cuisine. It is made by fermenting soybeans and wheat together with salt and water. This results in a salty and savory sauce that adds depth and complexity to dishes. In this article, we will explore the benefits and nutritional value of thin soy sauce, its production process, common cooking techniques, and where it is popular. Additionally, we will introduce Tianz Food, a global food producer that provides a range of seasoning products in various packaging sizes, and explain how our company provides OEM/ODM services.
Benefits and Nutritional Value
Thin soy sauce is a versatile ingredient that can enhance the flavor of various dishes. It is low in calories, and its high salt content means that only a small amount is needed to add flavor to a dish. It is also rich in umami flavor, which is known to stimulate the appetite and enhance the taste of food. Additionally, thin soy sauce contains protein, iron, and other minerals, making it a nutritious addition to meals.
To make thin soy sauce, soybeans and wheat are soaked in water, then cooked and crushed into a paste. This paste is mixed with salt and left to ferment for several months. During this time, the mixture is stirred regularly to ensure even fermentation. Once the fermentation is complete, the mixture is pressed to extract the liquid, which is the thin soy sauce.
Common Cooking Techniques
Thin soy sauce is a versatile ingredient that can be used in many ways. It can be used as a dipping sauce for dumplings or mixed with vinegar and ginger to make a dipping sauce for seafood. It can also be used to marinade meat, or added to stir-fries, soups, and stews for extra flavor. In addition, it can be used as a seasoning for rice dishes or noodles.
Thin soy sauce is a popular ingredient in many Asian countries, including China, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia. It is used in a wide range of dishes, from simple stir-fries to complex soups and stews. It is also gaining popularity in Western countries, where it is often used as a healthy alternative to salt and other seasonings.
Tianz Food’s OEM/ODM Services
Tianz Food is a global food producer that specializes in seasoning products. We offer a range of packaging sizes, from small sachets to large bottles, to meet the needs of our customers. We also provide OEM/ODM services, meaning that we can work with our customers to create custom seasoning products that meet their specific requirements. Our products are made using high-quality ingredients and are produced in our state-of-the-art facilities, ensuring that they meet the highest standards of quality and safety.
Thin soy sauce is a versatile and nutritious ingredient that is widely used in Asian cuisine. It is low in calories and high in umami flavor, making it a popular seasoning choice. Tianz Food is a global food producer that offers a range of seasoning products in various packaging sizes, and provides OEM/ODM services to meet the specific needs of our customers. We are committed to producing high-quality, safe, and delicious products that enhance the flavor of dishes around the world.
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