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- Add ingredients to a small sauce pan.
- Cook on medium heat until hot (stirring so it doesn't stick to the pan).
- Cool and serve.
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Not good at at all! I would have given this 1/2 star if I could have! The amount of vinegar was WAY too much! It went right in the trash! I looked at some other recipes that added a few tbsp. I ended up putting 2 tbsp and that was PLENTY! The only positive thing I can say is that the apricot and applesauce was a nice combo! I wont be making this recipe again... although I will make it with my alterations but probably cutting the recipe in half, since it made more than we could eat.
Omitted the honey entirely since the applesauce and apricot jam were sweet enough. Also omitted the garlic. Used only 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. Added it to Chinese restaurant fried rice and egg rolls. Yum. For me, it works and definitely much better than store bought sauce or what is served in a restaurant. YMMV
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