Easy soy sauce recipe to add flavor to meals

(WKOW) — Adding sauce to your meals can add flavor to just about any food.

Tuesday morning on Wake Up Wisconsin Hemmachef Joel Olson showed the team how to make a variation of soy sauce.

All you need to create the drizzle is sugar, soy sauce, sake or white wine and mirin. Once you mix that together in a sauce pan you can add in garlic, ginger and chives.

Olson says the mirin soy sauce is good on salmon, chicken, beef, pork, seafood and a lot of vegetables.

If you are interested in learning more from Joel Olson check out his website. He has some classes starting up this fall.

Rebecca Ribley

Rebecca Ribley

Wake Up Wisconsin Anchor

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