This is really yummy and I loved how fast it was to make. The egg rolls I made were ready to eat, but I'd forgotten to make a dipping sauce. Found this one and cooked it up in minutes. Amazing! I added some red pepper flakes to it. Easy and delish! Thanks for posting.
super easy, but tasted great! I used with freshly made spring rolls! Thanks!
Very easy and very good! I followed the recipe as written and enjoyed the blend of flavors. While I would have preferred more spice the rest of the family liked it as is. I served this with fresh spring rolls.
This was great. I planned to make Stir-Fried Pork in Plum and Soy Sauce and was unable to find plum sauce that would fit my dietary needs (allergies). Found this recipe and it was perfect. The flavor was excellent! Thanks for posting this Janet. Will definitely make this again.
Great plum sauce for our rangoon! I used just a dash of allspice, as I didn't want to overpower the over flavors. I will be making this to keep in the fridge for when we have Chinese appetizers, rice etc. So good!
I also ommited the allspice, due to not having any.And I used Plum wine instead of water to dilute.We loved this! It makes a great glaze for grilled spareribs! Thanks for a good one. Gave 4 instead of 5 only because of not trying the allspice, and using the wine instead of water. Still a good basis for Plum sauce!
Fab, Fab, Fab! I made this the day before (omitted allspice b/c I didn't have it) and added some additional chili flakes. After sitting overnight, it was tangy, spicy, and delicious on the chicken I made. Even my somewhat picky family thought it was terrific!
Loved it!! I finally got to use my homemade plum cointreau jam for something other than toast! The jam added a little bit of orange flavor which was very nice. I liked the red pepper flakes too. Will keep this easy recipe on hand and make again!
Thank you for this easy recipe.I made it ot go with Egg Rolls Egg Rolls; picture of the sauce with the egg rolls.