The Pantry Quiz #50
What is it?
If you can't find the Asian condiment pictured above (known as Chinese barbecue sauce or Peking Duck sauce), you can make a substitute by pulverizing pitted prunes, garlic, soy sauce and dry sherry in a blender. What is it?
Please leave your answer in the comments, and let us know whether you have this ingredient in your pantry.
[Last week's answer: Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-WAH).]
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I would say Hoisin sauce, but it's a wild guess!
Excellent photo, Lydia. My first thought upon seeing it was "can we have your liver?" but then I was chopping up liver the other week.
That's hoisin sauce. I'd deal with that over liver any day of the week.
Have a good weekend!
So, I can make a substitute for Hoisin sauce for my gluten-intolerant or gluten-free friends using pitted prunes, LaChoy soy sauce (the only soy sauce that I know of that is GF), garlic and dry sherry? Sweet! Thank you!
Hoison Sauce - yum!! Thanks for the recipe!
Hoisin sauce - I always have this in my fridge!
Hoison Sauce...I have always found this to be a touch to sweet for my tastes.
Hoisin sauce. Mix it up with other ingredients, like rice vinegar, sesame oil and soy sauce and you have a nice glaze or potsticker dipping sauce.
And yes, I have it in my pantry! :-)
Hoisin -- good as is, good in sauces. It's one of those inexplicable multiples in my pantry.
Hoisin sauce is good with pork!