Definition of shoyu
: soy 1
Recent Examples of shoyu from the Web
Expect shio, shoyu, and miso varieties matched with craft beer at both Ramen to Bíiru locations.
There is even a riff on pollo a la brasa, Peru’s ubiquitous rotisserie chicken, which instead gets smoked and spiced with cardamom and shoyu, plus a Black Angus burger with a bao bun dyed black with squid ink.
The ramen options feature wavy noodles from Sun Noodle in New York and broths with real depth of flavor, the Noble version and shoyu (both $15) layering chicken broth with pork stock and soy tare.
Transfer ⅓ cup lemon-chile shoyu to bowl with noodles and toss to coat.
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Origin and Etymology of shoyu
First Known Use: 1727See Words from the same year
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