Tuesday, May 24, 2005

Generic Asian White Sauce Recipe

This one is pretty simple to throw together and it gives a characteristic sweetness that you find in many Hong Kong influenced Chinese Dishes. Adding this to your traditional stir fries can add a whole new level of flavor to your food. It works really well with savory vegetables like celery and carrots and can give chicken a completely different depth, especially if you like to add chile peppers to your food too. Nothing beats hot and sweet. This recipes makes a little over a gallon of sauce, you can scale it down for your own personal use if you like.

Asian White Sauce

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  • Water: 1 Gallon
  • Table Salt: 10 ounces
  • Chicken Broth Powder: 1.25 pounds
  • Granulated White Sugar: 10 ounces

Simply combine the dry ingredients in the bottom of a bowl and add the cold water.
Stir the mixture well.
Add the sauce to your dish right before it's finisehd in the pan or wok you are using.
Let it come to a light boil and add a tablespoon of cornstarch slurry to thicken the sauce.
Spoon your dish onto plate or bowl and serve with pride.

I hope that if you use this recipe that you enjoy it. If you have any questions, just leave a comment.


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