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Korean Barbecue Sauce

Korean Barbecue Sauce created by Kitty Z

This is super speedy and very flavorful. I've had it for a long time; I don't remember where I got it from anymore.

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10mins
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  • Stir or blend all ingredients until thoroughly mixed.
  • Can be served over brown rice or used as a marinade.
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"This is super speedy and very flavorful. I've had it for a long time; I don't remember where I got it from anymore."
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  1. zeldaz51
    You got it from the classic "Diet for a Small Planet", by Frances Moore Lappe. She lists maple syrup as an alternative to honey. It gets tofu-haters to love tofu!
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  2. Kitty Z
    Korean Barbecue Sauce Created by Kitty Z
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  3. Kitty Z
    I gave a taste of this to my (Korean) boyfriend without telling him what it was, and he said, "Oh, you made some Korean food!" So it's definitely authentic! :) The honey adds a touch of sweetness that's different but good. This type of sauce can be used for almost anything; I actually served it on tofu, but we've been dipping cucumbers in it, and as mentioned it would be a good marinade. It would also be really tasty on fried dumplings (mandu). Thanks!
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  4. Aunt Cookie
    This is super speedy and very flavorful. I've had it for a long time; I don't remember where I got it from anymore.
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