Soy sauce made exclusively for ice cream by Yamakawa Jyouzou
(This article was originally posted in Japanese at 20:30 Dec. 20, 2008.)
Like mustard and ketchup for Americans, soy-sauce is a Japanese favorite condiment used in various cuisines. This black salty sauce adds distinct touch to sushi, soba, raw fishes, tofu and so on. But have you imagined the soy-sauce on ice cream?
Yamakawa Jyouzou, the company manufactures soy-sauce specialized in specific food, had released "Soy-sauce for ice cream"
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Using "Sei-sin" high grade soy sauce as its base.
Sticky like honey, but no sign of those.
Totally soy sauce color
Trying with Haagen-Dazs vanilla flavor
OK. Let's have a try.
Caramel sauce, if not told.
Surprisingly, it IS delicious. Tasting like very thick caramel, it well matches with ice cream. The salty soy-sauce flavor accentuates the sweetness of ice cream very nicely.
But too much sauce won't work well. You should seek for good amount.