Hoisin sauce

Hoisin sauce

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This reddish-brown Chinese sauce is both sweet and spicy. Brewed from fermented soybeans, sugar, garlic, vinegar and spices, hoisin is used as a dipping sauce for Chinese food or a basting sauce for barbecued meats. A darker version is often called Peking or barbecue sauce and is the one used for preparing the popular Chinese barbecued pork and Peking duck. When adding to a dish, it’s a good idea to cook the hoisin in oil for a few minutes to rid it of the raw bean flavour.

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