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I actually used this as a sauce to sautee chicken mushrooms and scallions in. I steamed asparagus and served it all over whole wheat linguini. I did make a few tweeks added some lemon juice seasoned rice vinegar a little bit of garlic infused and oil and two cloves of garlic. I put it all in my mini food processor and used about a 1/4 of it for the sautee-ing then added the rest right before serving. Next time I would add cornstarch or the like to thicken the sauce up because it was DELICIOUS!!!! I will make again and again especially with the mushrooms asparagus and scallions perfect combo!
This sauce has good flavor but it is way too salty if you use that amount of soy sauce. However if you use a little less and a low-sodium soy sauce it is tasty. I also added approx 3 tsp sugar and 2 tsp honey sesame seeds green onion 1 more tablespoon of water and a little cornstarch and marinated the chicken in part of the sauce before grilling. Hope this helps.
This sauce was very salty. I added a little extra water some honey and some actual sesame seeds. I used it to marinate chicken and then grill it. The chicken was fabulous great flavor! I also stir fried some veggies in the sauce as well and they were also good. I think I can find many options for this yummy sauce.