This one is adapted from a “Martha” on one of her television recipes.
¼ c gluten-free soy sauce
3 tbsp rice vinegar
1 tbsp minced fresh garlic
2 tsp sugar
¼ tsp sesame oil
Stir all and serve with any Asian (gluten-free of course) wontons – pot stickers or even gluten-free tempura
Tina Turbin www.glutenfreehelp.info
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7 thoughts on “Ginger – Soy Dip (Sauce)”
Seems easy enough, I definitely have to try it! I love sauces so much. I took it for granted before I was celiac that I had all these sauces available to me, but the good news is that there are still many that you can enjoy that are gluten-free. The variety just seems to be getting bigger and bigger.
I like to make a gluten free stir fry Asian-style with chicken, snow peas, carrots, green onions, and watercress. I have been making up a sauce of my own, but I look forward to trying this sauce!
I am so excited to try this. I am really into Asian foods lately. It’s pretty easy to go gluten free with Asian.
I make something like this. The rice vinegar and sesame oil really give it an authentic Asian flavor. I used to use just soy sauce and vegetable oil and that was just NOT working.
I love Martha so much! I subscribe to her Everday Food magazine, which is like a little amazing cookbook that comes to your house once a month. I just substitute the recipes with gluten free ingredients and i’m constantly finding new dishes to make. It has added a lot of variety to our family menu. Anyway, just wanted to recommend that to y’all:-)
I recommend adding some minced jalapeno and lime juice for a kick.
I added this to my vegetable stirfry yesterday for lunch and it tasted great! I highly recommend it! I also recommend stirfries as a great way to get veggies and it’s so easy to prepare and makes for great leftovers.