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A sauce made with fermented soybeans, used in Chinese and Japanese cooking.
- ‘Add the remaining soy sauce, rice wine, sugar and a dash or two of mushroom water and cook over high heat, tossing well.’
- ‘Chiang dou-fu are cubes of tofu fermented in soy sauce or Chinese-style miso.’
- ‘In a medium bowl, combine ricotta, heavy cream and soy sauce.’
- ‘I also may add a bit of soy sauce if the accompanying wine tastes too aggressive.’
- ‘Add the reserved stock, the two tablespoons of soy sauce, the hoisin sauce and the sugar and leave to simmer until reduced and well flavoured.’
- ‘Its secret is a 10-minute pre-oven soak in soy sauce, tangerine peel, cinnamon and aniseed.’
- ‘Place the tofu, sweet chilli sauce, soy sauce and rice wine in a bowl.’
- ‘In small saucepan, combine soy sauce and water and bring to a boil.’
- ‘One of Johnny's friends gets a big bowl of wasabi and starts mixing it with soy sauce.’
- ‘If you wish to add fish sauce or even soy sauce then do, but I suspect the recipe will lose its clean, simple flavours.’
- ‘Use of condiments such as soy sauce and ketchup, as well as salting food at the table, also increases sodium intake.’
- ‘Cabbage, stir-fried with a little soy, would be a toothsome addition, or pan-fried mushrooms.’
- ‘Combine the garlic, black pepper, yuzu juice and soy sauce together, and slowly whisk in the grapeseed oil, a little at a time.’
- ‘Pour over the chopped tomatoes, then splash in soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce to taste.’
- ‘The aromatics gave a faint hint of ginger and lemon to the fish whose flesh we broke into thick pieces and dipped into soy sauce at the table.’
- ‘In the same pan, stir in the grated ginger and soy sauce at once and heat until the mixture start bubbling.’
- ‘Add the udon noodles, soy sauce and oyster sauce and cook until heated through.’
- ‘Add half the spring onion, the mushrooms, pepper, chilli sauce, soy sauce, oyster sauce and mushroom water.’
- ‘Mix soy sauce and sake and marinate the meat well in the mixture.’
- ‘Mix half the olive oil with the mustard, honey and soy sauce, and smear all over the steaks.’
- ‘Add bush tomatoes, soy sauce and hoi sin sauce and vegetables if you like.’
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