This fermented Japanese condiment is made with the peel of the Japanese citrus fruit yuzu mixed with salt and chiles. Green yuzu kosho is made with green chiles and unripe yuzu. A red variety, made with red chiles and ripe yuzu, yields a more rounded and fruit-forward counterpart to the sharper and more herbal green version. [more...]
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