That’s not a sauce for the faint of heart. It’s not cheese, taste is not really cheese, but it’s strength 8 of the Munster scale that has 7 degrees.
I had some sake kasu that was in the fridge since… a while ago. It doesn’t go bad. Just stronger. Fiercer.
The paprika is mostly for the color. Otherwise it’s a bit too grey.
Serve with green asparagus.
If you have some left, it’s great on carrot bread. It’s a quick bread made of flour + rice bran, backing powder, grated carrot, turmeric, salt, water. Baked in the oven toaster in about 10-15 minutes.
The top photo with cold sauce, the bottom one toasted with the sauce. Both are delicious. If you like strong food…
great accent to the vegetable
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