Garlic infused soy sauce, ninniku-shoyu in Japanese, is super seasoning. As a matter of fact, it’s a secret weapon of many Japanese home. When you don’t have any idea of what to eat, or when you have to whip up something quickly after coming back home late, garlic infused soy sauce is your strong ally.
Add garlic infused soy sauce to stir fried vegetables (whatever in your fridge), chicken, steak, fried rice, fried noodles, or anything. It basically goes with almost any kind of ingredients as long as it’s pan fried. The best part is that when you use this, no other seasoning is necessary.
Garlic cloves add complex flavor and aroma to soy sauce, so that you wouldn’t believe the food is just seasoned with soy sauce. Garlic infused soy sauce significantly reduces your cooking time and effort, but helps you to make delicious dinner.
Soaked garlic can be sliced or chopped up and use as a part of seasoning when you cook.
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Submitted on 2015/06/17 at 1:46 am
I never thought to try this. The idea of using the soaked garlic in my cooking is brilliant! I have a bunch of garlic right now, too. This is perfect timing.