I love to cook, but to be honest, I'm not so great at preparing Asian food. I'm great at cooking Italian and Mexican food, but when it comes to Asian, it always tastes like it's missing something or it just doesn't taste right. I usually stick with take-out or delivery, but now even I can make delicious Asian food at home! With the help of **Tastefully Simple Shanghai Stir-Fry Sauce**, I prepared a yummy, Asian stir-fry for the first time. Well, it was the first time that it was yummy! I cooked some lean beef steak strips in olive oil, removed them from the pan when it was just about done. Then to the pan, I sauteed some onion, garlic, broccoli, snow peas and bamboo shoots, and then added some chicken broth and Shanghai Stir-Fry Sauce. The results were perfect! I don't like my sauces to be too over-powering or salty, so I only ended up using half of the bottle of **Tastefully Simple Shanghai Stir-Fry Sauce**. It left my stir-fry perfectly sauced and seasoned. The flavors were noticeable, but not too strong since I didn't use it all. The flavor of the sauce is a combination of Asian brown sauce, hoisen sauce, soy sauce and maybe a little teryaki. It is so good and flavorful! I love that you can taste the garlic and sesame, two flavors I love. Ingredients: rice vinegar, soy sauce, sugar, sesame oil, canola oil, lime juice, Dijon mustard, sesame seeds, wasabi powder, ginger, garlic, cilantro. If you're like me and could use a little help cooking Asian food, all you need is this sauce! It's so good! Since I cut the sauce with chicken broth, I'm going to get two uses per bottle, so it's going to go a long way in my home!
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