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Magic Soy Sauce


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Magic Soy Sauce

Jeremy Osner | Dec 12, 2001 07:28 AM

I bought a bottle of soy sauce a few weeks ago that has been serving me very well as a sauce for fried rice noodles -- all I need to do is fry some meat, then pour in some of this sauce and add the noodles, stir until they are coated and serve -- it is really delicious and just the right consistency. (It is liquid but it thickens slightly when heated.)

The label is mostly in Chinese characters which I can't read, what it says in pinyin is Si Dâú Loai Dâm, what it says in English is Kimlan Lou Chau Soy Sauce (Dark) -- Kimlan is the brand. Got a nice short ingredients list, too: Soybeans, wheat, salt, water, sugar, caramel, sodium benzoate (preservative).

Can anyone tell me more about this sauce? What are some more good ways to use it?

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