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  • Salted Ripe Mikan (Japanese mandarin) 150g

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    SALTED RIPE MIKAN (mandarin) recipes and info

    Color

    Green(yellow green)

    Warm orange

    Scent

    Strong

    Weak

    Sweetness

    Weak

    Strong

    How to use

    Easy to use for various dishes
    Seasoning of food (For baking, steaming, Saute)

    Easy to use for sweets
    One shake for the last finish

    It is better not to heat too much for make full use of fresh fruity

    Go well with

    Meat, fish, vegetables

    Vegetable · Fruit · Egg · Honey
    Dairy products (Cheese, yoghurt, mayonnaise, ice cream, etc.)

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    Image

    Refreshing

    Sharp fragrance with sour

    Softly / Sweet salty
    Mild sweetness and fragrance of mature orange
    Fruity


    Pomelo and Japanese turnip salad with SALTED RIPE MIKAN dressing 

    Ingredients (serves 4)

    Pomelo (or large grapefruit) … 1

    Japanese turnip … 1/2

    Salted Ripe Mikan … small amount

    Olive oil … 2 table spoon

    Japanese turnip leaves … small amount

     

     

    Preparation

    1.Peel pomelo. Slice turnip.

    2.Mix Salted Ripe Mikan and olive oil for dressing

    3.Garnish with Japanese turnip leaves

    Peach and Tomato Pasta salad with SALTED RIPE MIKAN sauce

    Ingredients

    pasta

    peach

    tomato

    Salted Ripe Mikan

    Preparation

                 1. Cook pasta and keep cool.

    2. Chop tomato and peach in bits.

    3. Mix Salted Ripe Mikan and olive oil for dressing.


    Miyamoto Orange Garden is located in Yawatahama City, Nishiuwa District, Ehime Prefecture. Yawatahama City is one of the top producing area with Japan's finest three major brand mikan (Hinomaru, Maana, Kawakami). In the terraced fields of sloping land, sweet and delicious mikan grow up in the sun and the Uwa Sea.

    About salted mikan

    During the cultivation of mikan, in order to make good mikan and reduce the burden on trees, we will perform fruit thinning work during the summer from July to October.

    Until now, the mikan which was thinned out was discarded on the spot and returned to the earth, we thought that whether or not we could use it effectively.

    As a result of learning about the seasoning "Salt Lemon" originating in Morocco and widely used in Europe, we developed the "Salted Red Mikan" utilizing thinned mikan as a mikan version. This Mikan (mandarin) is very different taste to Australian Mandarins.

    Also, from the request of customers who tried the Salted Red Mikan, We also developed GREEN unriped salted mikan with sweet mikan for cooking, we developed "Salted Mikan" made with mature mikan - please note we also stock GREEN unriped Mikan paste also on this site.

    Mikan is the representative fruit of Japan that boasts to the world. The mikan are also excellent as a seasoning, easily make use of the surrounding ingredients. We got a high valuation from chefs and the people who like to cook.


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