This scrumptious Japanese-style Amai sauce is so fast and straightforward to make. Good with noodles or as a Wagamama-style dipping sauce!

🍴 Why you’ll love this recipe

Amai Sauce is basically a sweetened and thickened soy sauce, which is ideal for dipping, or serving over noodles, grilled greens and tofu. It’s candy, bitter and deeply savoury all on the identical time – completely scrumptious and really easy to make!

If you happen to’ve ever eaten at Wagamamas (or any Japanese ramen bars) you will most likely be acquainted with this scrumptious sauce. It’s usually served with gyoza dumplings, or as a sauce with the standard yaki soba noodle dishes.

A conventional Amai may include extra elements and be simmered for longer, however I’ve simplified and accelerated the recipe right here, and I believe this fast sauce is simply nearly as good as the unique!