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Learn the best way to make sauces and differences between sauce and condiment. Get recipe to make your own sauce
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Male 1: As we discussed before, there are a variety of raw sauces which are available in the Asian food markets. By using these raw sauces, we can produce numerous sauces having a variety of different taste. Can you provide us with some of the best sauces that can be added to Chinese cooking dishes or sauces that are used and condiments for these dishes?
Male 2: Okay. Let’s start by giving you definitions of sauce and condiment. A sauce is a liquid or semi-solid served and/or used in preparing other food. The sauces are not normally consumed by themselves. They are added flavor to the dish.
A condiment can be dry mixture of herbs and seasoning such as salt and sugar. But what we will talk more about the liquid form. A condiment can be served as a topping, like topping of a hotdog like mustard, pickle, and relishes. Some condiments are used in dipping or serve on the side. Some of the common Asian condiments are Sri Racha chili sauce, duck sauce, chili paste with garlic, and wasabi paste. What’s really unique in Chinese cooking is that it can use somebody’s sauces in Chinese cooking as well as a condiment.
Male 1: That sounds really interesting, can you provide us with one or two sauces and ingredients that could take us and we can start using right away?
Male 2: Sure. I’ll be glad to share this with you. I will tell you a full recipe of several sauces that you can use as a condiment or in Chinese cooking. You will be combining several raw sauces to make different taste of sauces. There are six sauces that can be used for cooking or as a condiment. I will just call these sauces by their number, one, two, three, four, five, and six. And you can pick a name for this sauce as you wish.
Here we go, sauce number one. Ingredients: 3 tablespoon of light soy sauce, 2 tablespoon or dark soy sauce, 1 tablespoon of sesame oil, I teaspoon freshly chopped ginger, 1 teaspoon of chopped garlic. Combine these ingredients in a bowl and mix it well. This sauce can be used for dipping as well as for cooking.