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What Is Clear Rice Wine? | The Woks of Life ~ Clear rice wine, mi jiu or michiu, is a type of Chinese rice wine made & used all over China. In the U.S. salt is often added to avoid alcohol taxes & allow sale in grocery stores. A key ingredient in Chinese cooking, it adds depth & flavor complexity. Clear michiu wine has a clearer & purer taste than the more-often used Shaoxing wine & better suited to delicate steamed dishes, seafood, & fish. **Cannot substitute mirin or rice wine vinegar. #Asian Sauces, Dips, Vinaigrette, China, Chinese Cuisine, Chinese Cooking Wine, Chinese Rice Wine Recipe, Chinese Food, Chinese Dishes

What Is Clear Rice Wine? | The Woks of Life ~ Clear rice wine, mi jiu or michiu, is a type of Chinese rice wine made & used all over China. In the U.S. salt is often added to avoid alcohol taxes & allow sale in grocery stores. A key ingredient in Chinese cooking, it adds depth & flavor complexity. Clear michiu wine has a clearer & purer taste than the more-often used Shaoxing wine & better suited to delicate steamed dishes, seafood, & fish. **Cannot substitute mirin or rice wine vinegar…

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Trish W
Traditional Korean rice liquor (Makgeolli) recipe - Maangchi.com Essen, Asian Recipes, Korean Rice, Korean Rice Cake, Korean Food, Korean Dessert, South Korean Food, Korean Drinks, Kimchi

5 cups Korean short grain rice Special items that I use to make makgeolli. Electric food dehydrator 7 to 8 quarts earthenware crock Directions. Drain the rice and put it into a heavy pot. Add 4 cups of water. Cover and cook over medium high heat for 15 minutes. Stir and turn the rice over with a...

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Christine Warta
Sweet Fermented Rice China, Pudding, Rice, Asian Desserts, Dessert, Chinese Rice Wine Recipe, Japanese Rice, Japanese Rice Cake, Chinese Food

With this recipe, you can easily make authentic Chinese sweet fermented rice wine (jiu niang, 酒酿) at home with 3 ingredients: water, sweet rice (also known as glutinous rice), and yeast. This kind of fermented rice drink is super sweet and very low in alcohol level (2.5% ~ 3.5%). Chinese families (including Chinese kids) love to eat it as a healthy dessert, since it contains a good amount of nutrients and beneficial bacteria.

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Ms Shi and Mr He