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Making Yuzukosho seasoning Paste

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Location: Scioto county, Ohio, USA - Zone 6b
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I don't have any pics this time, but I just made a kilo of this and thought you folks would like it. My Brother's wife uses it a lot as it is from her island originally. And I've gotten the bug from a tiny expensive jar of it I had a about a year ago, and now I've got making it close enough. I can't actually get yuzu fruit here, but a combination of orange and lime is reallllly close.

Roast skin, and puree 40 serrano peppers with 1 tbs dry orange zest, 5 tbs pickling salt, and 1/2 cup of lime juice. store in a airtight container in the fridge. gets better with age. A dab will do ya. Good on everything. I used to put it with grated ginger and prickly ash and dry tart white wine and a bit of honey to make the most divine glazed pork roast. Nowadays I put it in my fried tofu and buckwheat noodle soup.
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