Kikkoman - Vegan Unagi Sushi Sauce, 11.8oz

Kikkoman - Vegan Unagi Sushi Sauce, 11.8oz
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Kikkoman - Vegan Unagi Sushi Sauce, 11.8oz

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Quick Description

Unagi is not something you are, it's something you have! Kikkoman’s Vegan Unagi Sushi Sauce is definitely something you should have if you love sushi!

Key Information

  • Authentic Japanese flavor
  • Vegan unagi sauce for sushi
  • For cooking Japanese recipes
  • Thick consistency and sweet taste

Product Overview

Kikkoman Vegan Unagi Sushi Sauce blends the flavors of traditionally-brewed soy sauce with mirin, a Japanese rice wine. The result is a deliciously sweet and thick sauce that’s perfect for sushi and other Japanese recipes.

Most often, the difference between restaurant-quality sushi and sushi made at home is the ingredients. We don’t always remember the sauces! Try making some sushi at home and use Kikkoman’s Vegan Unagi Sushi Sauce. It’ll add layers upon layers of deep flavor!

Is it too sweet? Not at all! You’re also not limited to Japanese cooking when using this Unagi Sushi Sauce. You can make a very tasty marinade using this! Try grilling some vegetables and basting them with an Unagi Sushi Sauce marinade. It will glaze those vegetables and give them a smoky taste.


Soy sauce (water, wheat, soybeans, salt), high fructose corn syrup, sugar, corn syrup, water, salt, modified corn starch, monosodium glutamate, vinegar, caramel color, citric acid, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate (vegan source), xanthan gum, less than 0.1% of potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate as preservatives

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to keep Kikkoman’s Vegan Unagi Sushi Sauce in the fridge?

It’s best if you’ve opened the bottle! Otherwise, it can happily wait for you inside your kitchen cupboard.

Can I use this as a dipping sauce?

Yes, you can! You may want to dilute it with some other ingredients (depending on what you’re eating) before you do because it does have a thick consistency.

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