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Wok Sukiyaki Sauce Cantonese Style 300ml

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Wok Sukiyaki Sauce Cantonese Style is a sauce commonly used in Asian cuisine, particularly in Cantonese-style cooking. It is a savory and slightly sweet sauce that is used as a marinade or dipping sauce for various meats and vegetables. The sauce is typically made from soy sauce, sugar, rice wine, garlic, ginger, and other seasonings.

The Cantonese-style Wok Sukiyaki Sauce is a popular choice for stir-fries, hot pot, and sukiyaki dishes. It adds a rich umami flavor to meats, such as beef and pork, as well as vegetables like bok choy, mushrooms, and onions. The sauce is also often used as a dipping sauce for dumplings and other dim sum dishes.

To use Wok Sukiyaki Sauce Cantonese Style, simply marinate your desired meat or vegetables in the sauce for a few hours before cooking. Alternatively, you can add the sauce to your stir-fry or hot pot dish towards the end of cooking. The sauce should be stored in a cool, dry place and refrigerated after opening to maintain freshness.

Wok Sukiyaki Sauce Cantonese Style 300ml

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Wok Sukiyaki Sauce Cantonese Style is a sauce commonly used in Asian cuisine, particularly in Cantonese-style cooking. It is a... Read more

SKU: BWSS
Barcode: 8855273027023

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$4.25 Incl. GST

      Description

      Wok Sukiyaki Sauce Cantonese Style is a sauce commonly used in Asian cuisine, particularly in Cantonese-style cooking. It is a savory and slightly sweet sauce that is used as a marinade or dipping sauce for various meats and vegetables. The sauce is typically made from soy sauce, sugar, rice wine, garlic, ginger, and other seasonings.

      The Cantonese-style Wok Sukiyaki Sauce is a popular choice for stir-fries, hot pot, and sukiyaki dishes. It adds a rich umami flavor to meats, such as beef and pork, as well as vegetables like bok choy, mushrooms, and onions. The sauce is also often used as a dipping sauce for dumplings and other dim sum dishes.

      To use Wok Sukiyaki Sauce Cantonese Style, simply marinate your desired meat or vegetables in the sauce for a few hours before cooking. Alternatively, you can add the sauce to your stir-fry or hot pot dish towards the end of cooking. The sauce should be stored in a cool, dry place and refrigerated after opening to maintain freshness.

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