- Japanese ポン酢 (Wiktionary)
“Yakihama – baby yellowtail sashimi with ginger-garlic ponzu is something I can’t wait to go back and order again.”
“Fusion, she said, now regarded as a trendy mid-'90s style of cooking, is marked by such unfortunate East-meets-West combinations as wasabi-flavored mashed potatoes and ponzu beurre blanc.”
“And, just like at Nozawa, good luck trying to get any extra ponzu sauce.”
“Or those times that your whole meal goes South just because you ask for the wrong thing (ahem, ponzu sauce).”
“Screaming-hot thin slices of fatty meat and scallions from the dashi water dipped into cold vinegar-based sauces like ponzu and miso-pon was possibly the best thing I'd ever eaten in my life.”
“In the '80s, in Santa Monica, I enjoyed the elegant creative efforts of Wolfgang Puck and Barbara Lazaroff at Chinois in dishes like catfish with ginger and ponzu sauce or scallops with Pad Thai noodles and lemon grass.”
“The beef tataki, a Japanese version of carpaccio, and the albacore tuna tataki are especially tasty and the ponzu dressing is spicy enough to bring out the best of both.”
“They have a big, shiny rice cooker filled all day with succulent brown rice for a menu of rice bowls, and I sampled the Fresh Fish one ($12.50) with brown rice, shredded carrots, cucumber relish, micro greens and ponzu ginger dressing topped with strips of market-fresh seafood.”
“TO GO: At D'Amico Catering, two miles away, the catering menu includes grilled ahi tuna with ponzu and miso sea bass.”
“Perhaps Britain's city centres could be fitted with gastronomic panic buttons: in case of dietary distress, or just overuse of ponzu and daikon, break glass, press button.”
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A list of sauces, used in cuisines around the world. Many of these are listed in the encyplopedic tome of French cookery, Larouse Gastronomique.
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