What is Vegan Otafuku OKONOMI Sauce?
With a history of almost 100 years, Otafuku is one of the most popular brands in Japan. Try this delicious OKONOMI sauce to make authentic economics – just fried noodles or udon noodles with omelet and cabbage.
“Okonomiyaki” is a Japanese savory pancake that contains various ingredients in wheat flour dough. The name comes from the word OKONOMI, meaning “as you like,” and “yaki” means “cooked.” Okonomiyaki is mainly associated with the Kansai or Hiroshima areas of Japan. But it is widely available throughout the country.
OKONOMI sauce has been loved by the Japanese all over the country for many years. It is made by mixing about 20 different types of spices with lots of fruits and vegetables.
Otafuku OKONOMI sauce has a mild sweetness and a rich taste of carefully selected dates.
Ingredients: water, sugar, molasses, tomato paste, soy sauce (soybeans, water, salt), apple paste, salt, grain vinegar, modified corn starch, onion paste, spices, yeast extract, concentrated date juice, carrot extract, xanthan resin, garlic extract, shiitake mushroom powder.