Yamaki’s Reduced Salt “Dashitsuyu” Broth Recipe

A healthier, low-salt lifestyle with just this book!

Title in Japanese Yamaki no genen dashitsuyu reshipi
ISBN-10 4779010519
ISBN-13 978-4779010514
Total pages 112
Size 17 x 10.8 x 1.6 cm
Language Japanese
Publisher GENTOSHA RENAISSANCE, INC. (Nov 20, 2013)


Third in the popular Yamaki recipe book series, this book will teach you how to make 77 different dishes that Yamaki corporate members have carefully chosen using its reduced salt "dashitsuyu broth".

Reduced salt "dashitsuyu broth" signature dishes

Part 1: Main dish: Goya Champloo [Okinawan stir fry dish with bitter melon, pork, tofu and veggies], Okaka sprinkled Tofu steak [Dried bonito shaving sprinkled Tofu steak], etc

Part 2: Side dish: Japanese oriental pickles, Tofu cup-steamed egg custard dish, etc

Part 3: Soups: Kenchin-soup [Japanese tofu and vegetable chowder], Sesame soup, etc

Part 4: Staple dish: Avocado and tuna bowl, Egg bowl with deep-fried tofu and assorted vegetables

Part 5: Hotpot: Oden [Japanese hotpot with processed fish cakes, daikon radish, boiled eggs and others in dashi broth], Oyster hotpot, etc


The reduced salt "dashitsuyu broth" is an ideal seasoning that has kept its flavor but cut back 50% in salt content. This book will eradicate your notion of reduced salt dishes as flavorless and easy to grow tired of the bland taste, allowing you to enjoy your daily meals while cutting back on your salt intake. With our reduced salt "dashitsuyu broth", you wouldn't have to worry about salt content for soups, rice bowls, and even fried dishes! Start a healthier, low-salt lifestyle with this cookbook.

Naho Kasukawa

About the author

Yamaki Co., Ltd, established in 1917, current CEO as Yoshihiro Kido. The company was originally started in Iyo city of Ehime prefecture approximately a century ago as a condiment food company, specializing in bonito shavings and bonito-based broth. Yamaki manufactures condiments for household use as well as for the larger food-service industry. Furthermore, they have extended their business outside of Japan for foreign countries to appreciate Japanese cuisine as well.

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