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Nice and spicy !! I used this for come cooked chicken wings, and breadsticks. Loved the tangerine flavor > Made for Gimme 5.

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weekend cooker July 15, 2009

I left out the chile, because I thought my daughter might like this sauce, otherwise. She didn't, but the adults sure did. :) She has no taste! I loved the tang of it. Thank you for posting, made for ZWT4.

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CraftScout June 05, 2008

Loved this brown tangerine dipping sauce. Has a salty taste in it with a hint of spice. Used dried chili pepper in it. Wonderful combination with spring rolls. It'll be a keeper. Thank you, MarraMamba :)

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Pneuma February 25, 2008

This has a slightly sweet and tart taste. I like the surprise of the tangerine. I used an arbol chile and found that the sauce "cleared" a little upon sitting for a while. Thank you Marra!

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cookiedog November 18, 2007

Excellent! This was spicy and wonderful. I made this as directed and also made Marra's David Nelson's Dipping Sauce for Dumplings which was very mild. Served them both with potstickers. They went together very well. Both are keepers in my book. Thanks Marra.

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lazyme November 13, 2007
Vietnamese Tangerine Dipping Sauce