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mir·in

 (mĭr′ĭn)
n.
A sweet Japanese rice wine used especially in cooking.

[Japanese, mi, flavor (from Early Middle Chinese mujh; also the source of Mandarin wèi) + rin, variant reading of the kanji for ran, to remove the astringency of persimmons by soaking in rice wine (from Middle Chinese lam´) due to misreading as rin, to strain, filter (from Middle Chinese lim`) because of the two terms' similarity in meaning and the resemblance of their kanji .]

mirin

(ˈmɪrɪn)
n
(Cookery) a sweet Japanese rice wine that is used in Japanese cookery
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mirin

A thick sweet Japanese wine used for cooking.
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INGREDIENTS 1 red cabbage, cut into 8 wedges 2tbsp rapeseed oil Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper For the dressing: 1tbsp fresh white miso 1tbsp mirin 1tbsp sake 1 1/2tbsp water 1tbsp sugar 1tbsp sesame seeds 1/2tsp roasted sesame oil METHOD 1.
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INGREDIENTS: (Serves 6) 6 thick Norwegian skrei cod fillets (deboned and skinned) - or any available cod; 1tbsp rapeseed oil For the glaze: 3tbsp mirin; 1tbsp light soy sauce; 3tbsp sake; 50g brown caster sugar; 150g white miso paste; 1tsp sesame oil For the puree: 1tbsp butter; 6 carrots, roughly chopped; 1tbsp freshly grated ginger; 400ml vegetable stock (or water) For the crispy kale: 175g kale, roughly chopped Drizzle of oil; Salt and pepper For the fried chickpeas: 1 x 400g can chickpeas Drizzle of rapeseed oil 1tsp fine salt 1tsp paprika METHOD: 1.
Add the water, mirin, miso and soy sauce, and bring to a gentle boil, then reduce the heat so the liquid is barely bubbling.
4 Add the dashi and/or stock, the mirin, soy sauce, Worcestershire or Tonkatsu sauce, sake and sugar.
INGREDIENTS (Serves 4) 1 leek, white part only, finely shredded 8 rashers of streaky bacon 40g or 3tbsp butter 4 big fat scallops or 12 little scallops Splash of white wine or sake 1.2L chicken or fish stock 11/2tsp mirin 2tsp dashi powder (or more or less, to taste) Salt 4 portions of ramen noodles 4 eggs, poached or soft-boiled, halved 2tsp chilli oil (or more or less, to taste - optional) Toasted sesame seeds 50g pea shoots Freshly ground black pepper METHOD: 1.
bowl, whisk together oil, vinegar, soy sauce, mirin,
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