Of all the citrus fruits in the world, yuzu probably has the strongest, most intoxicating fragrance making it coveted in the culinary world, even more so because it is banned to import into the United States. While chefs in the Western countries increasingly use this ingredient in their kitchens, this East Asian fruit has been an important part of China’s, Japan’s, and South Korea’s culinary culture for generations. In this post, I will discuss this popular Korean ingredient in-depth!
Hello! Welcome to Carving A Journey! My name is Emily. My food and cooking influences come from my Southern heritage and Korean marriage. I hope you enjoy cooking with me. Thank you for stopping by!