Grate the onions into a bowl. You can use a blender or food processor instead.
Grate the garlic and ginger also.
Add the ○ ingredients.
Add the oil, and mix together very well.
Store in the refrigerator. It keeps for 2 weeks to a month.
You can halve the amounts if you like.
Use the sauce on raw vegetables and salad.
Use on hamburger steak. (Add to the still hot pan after cooking the hamburgers.)
Add to sauteed garlic and bean sprouts or pastas.
Ginger yakiniku: Season the meat with salt and pepper, coat with flour and stir fry. Transfer to a serving plate. Put some of the japone sauce in the still hot frying pan, stir around and pour over the meat.
Story Behind this Recipe
This is one of our family's standard sauces.
The generous amount of onions used is delicious. It's work to grate the onions, but please persevere. Outside of sweet onion season, please let the sauce rest in the refrigerator for 2 to 3 days before using.