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CHINESE
BROWN
SAUCE
INGREDIENTS:
1 tablespoon corn starch
1 cup cold beef or chicken broth or bullion
cubes
1 tablespoon soy sauce
1 clove garlic minced fine
1 pinch red pepper
1 pinch ground ginger
1 tablespoon honey, white sugar, or brown
sugar
1 pinch black pepper

DIRECTIONS:
1. Dissolve 1 tbsp. cornstarch in 1 cup cold
broth in a sauce pan.
2. Add 1 tbsp. soy sauce. Heat the sauce on
medium low.
3. Use a garlic press to crush one medium sized
clove of garlic. If you don't have a press, then
mince the garlic very finely, or use 1/2 tsp.
garlic powder. Stir the garlic into the brown
sauce.
4. Add pinch red pepper for a spicy sauce. For
a milder sauce, you can add just a dash, or
omit it altogether. Next, add 1/4 tsp. ground
ginger. Stir sauce to prevent it from burning on
the bottom of the pan.
5. Add the honey or sugar and some black
pepper to taste when the sauce has become
thicker.
6. Pour the sauce over stir fried vegetables and
pieces of chicken or beef when it has thickened
to your liking.
NOTE:
While it's preferable to use
pan drippings from beef, pork,
chicken or seafood to make
this sauce (as made here with
Ground Beef Chop Suey),
sometimes that is not always
possible.
This is a way to make JUST
the Chinese Brown Sauce,
especially if you're putting it
over steamed or sauteed
veggies or rice, tofu, etc.
If you make a larger batch,
this sauce freezes well.
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