Ponzu



/ˈpɒnˌzuː/
noun
1.
a type of Japanese dipping sauce made from orange juice, sake, sugar, soy sauce, and red pepper
noun

a Japanese sauce of rice wine, rice vinegar, bonito flakes, seaweed, and yuzu (citrus) juice

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