Yutaka Sauces

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I love dabbling with different cuisines and so, predictably, experimenting with sauces is one of my favourite passtimes.

I recently tried out a couple of very interesting sauces from Yutaka– Tangy Yakisoba and Sesame and Miso nutty sauce.

Yutaka means ‘good harvest’ in Japanese and they excel at making authentic Japanese food
products the traditional way. Their ethos ensures their products are of the highest quality and also use a lot less additives compared with other brands on the market.


I loved both sauces. I used the Yakisoba sauce to make a lovely chicken and vegetable stirfry.


It was quite quick to put together. I simply diced a breast of chicken and chopped up half a courgette/zucchini , a red pepper , and half an onion. I heated some oil in a wok, stirfried the chicken on high heat for 2-3 minutes. I poured in the sauce and cooked for another 2 minutes. Then, I threw in the vegetables, gave then a quick stir and threw in some roasted cashewnut. I ate this with some steaming hot rice, but it would be delicious with noodles as well. You could use this for any meat , tofu, white fish, prawns or even vegetables.

I made a quick light salad with the Sesame and Miso sauce. The sauce has a really light and refreshing taste and brings through the freshness of the vegetables.


For the salad I used 4-5 red radishes and 1 gem letuce cut fine. I poured a couple of tablespoons of Miso sauce on this. That’s it! It was really delicious. The crisp fresh lettuce and the mild radish went very well with the light nutty sauce.

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I loved the sweet and savoury taste of the Yakisoba and the nutty freshness of the Sesame and Miso sauce.

The sauces are availabe to buy from Tesco at £2.30.  I think they are quite nice and make experimenting with food a tad easier.

Do try them out.

I was sent these sauces to try out but was not required to write a positive review. All views and experiences mentioned herein, are as always, my very own.


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