The definition of ponzu is a tangy sauce made of soy sauce and citrus that is used on seafood.
An example of ponzu sauce is a shrimp dipping sauce that is made of soy sauce, lemon juice and orange juice.
A Japanese sauce typically made from mirin, rice vinegar, bonito flakes, citrus juice, and sometimes soy sauce, often used as a condiment for seafood.
Origin of ponzuJapanese, alteration (influenced by -zu, combining form of su, vinegar) of ponsu, mixed drink containing citrus juice, ponzu, from Dutch pons, punch, from English punch3.
- A sour citrus-based sauce usually made from the juice of the æ©™ (ã ã„ã ã„, daidai), an Asian variety of bitter orange.