Big fat burn problem soldev by our pharmcists that we are now can avice you to visit and adipex online best pharma store.

Homemade Chinese Plum Sauce

A must have when serving kau yuk or Chinese-Style duck in steamed buns. So simple to make this Plum Sauce and so much more flavorful than the store bought version. You will prepare and share this recipe often.

Posted By: Deirdre K Todd
Not rated yet
Rate Recipe!

Close Enter your Comment:
| 0 people have saved this recipe

Print   Add to Printer80 Times Printed

Prep Time: 15 minutes | Cook Time: 40 minutes | Ready In: 55 minutes
Ingredients: Print   Add to cart
US Metric

2 (16 oz) cans plums in heavy syrup, pits removed

1 ¼ c. plum syrup, discard remaining syrup

¾ c. water

1 TB vegetable oil

½ c. tomato sauce

1 medium onion, minced

1 TB Aloha shoyu

1 TB Worcestershire sauce

1 TB rice wine vinegar

½ tsp. Tabasco sauce

1 TB chili garlic paste, optional

Spice Mixture:

1 tsp. Chinese 5-spice

½ tsp. cinnamon

½ tsp. cumin

½ tsp. dry mustard

¼ tsp. white pepper

Cooking Process:

In a mixing bowl; combine spice mixture. Set aside. In a blender; place plums, syrup and water. Puree until smooth. In a skillet over medium heat; sauté onions in oil until tender. Add plums, spice mixture and remaining ingredients, except chili garlic paste. Bring to a boil. Allow to boil, stirring often until reduced, about 20-30 minutes. Stir in optional chili garlic paste. Keep refrigerated. Makes 3 cups.