This Chinese garlic sauce is lightly sweet and so flavorful. We love to make vegetable stir-fry with this sauce but it is amazing with beef and chicken. It can also serve as a dipping sauce for eggrolls!
Chinese garlic sauce—similar to brown-sauce —it is quite popular in Western take-aways. In Chinese cooking, sometimes stir-fried dishes can generate some liquid during cooking and a lot of Chinese chefs will stir in some potato starch water. Regardless though of the authenticity of garlic sauce in Chinese sauce, garlic is a great ingredient with multiple health—and taste—benefits.
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Looking for a quick, easy, creamy and delicious dip to snack on. Serve this with some homemade Wonton Chips and you have the perfect appetizer or snack ready to munch. Comes together in no time and so perfect for large gatherings and parties. Bet your guess will go back for more.
Dumplings are popular appetizers from Asian cuisines that have pleased hungry diners for at least two centuries. Today, restaurants in many countries around the world serve savory fried, boiled, and steamed potstickers inspired by Asian cuisine, always accompanied by tasty sauces for dipping. Here are eight delicious recipes that you can also use as marinades for meats or flavor-boosters for vegetarian rice and noodles.
This cream cheese dip is fabulous party food! A little ginger, sesame oil and wasabi soy sauce nuts make this dip a crowd pleaser! I rate a party by the quality of the appetizers.
Use crispy wonton crackers to scoop up hearty helpings of a colorful, Oriental-inspired dip. Layered Asian Dip. Prep 35 min Total 2 hr 55 min Servings
There are few single food items in this world more perfect than a Chinese dumpling. I too can be guilty of lazy dumpling sauce habits. After crafting this sauce, and happily dunking fried dumplings into it to gobble down with the rest of my family post-photo-shoot on our last blogging day, I realized that the little extra time literally 5 minutes it takes to make a good dumpling dipping sauce can take an OK dumpling experience and elevate it to a truly great one. The components of a good dumpling sauce are pretty simple, and it comes down to a balance of different flavors: salty, sweet, spicy, and a little bit of tang, or sourness.
Since making our last batch of spicy garlic knotscravings for more heat keeps our stomachs rumbling for daily spice. Just the other day, we were making our latest batch of homemade kim chi and went triple the spicy level! Spring is nearing so plenty of fresh vegetables, fresh citrus and homemade baked goods will fill the studio for photography.