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I can see why your DH and you love this sauce! I used it with leftover rice and tofu to make a salad and it came out great! Thanks! Next time it will go over the asparagus!
I'm sorry, but this just didn't taste very good. The soy sauce gave it a different type of flavour - soemthing I wasn't too fond of. I gave it two stars because although I didn't like the taste, it was very easy to put together.
***I used this as a dipping sauce for my blanched asparagus. I thought it complemented the flavor very well, as long as I dipped it lightly - it did have a tendency to be a bit overpowering. The flavor was also a little too salty. If you are one of those that uses "light" soy sauce that might eliminate that problem. Unfortunately, I can't report on the"winning over" factor, because my non-asparagus-lover refused to even try it. — Jul 22, 2005 I have to revise my review and rating - I find myself craving this sauce with lightly blanched asparagus. I have been known to eat a whole pound of asparagus at one sitting - who cares if anyone is "won over"!
Some of the simplest combinations are the best! I love asparagus so do not need anything to persuade me to eat it but this sauce is very good and compliments the flavor of the asparagus - It was enjoyed by all I added a pinch of sugar as I was a bit heavy handed with the mustard. I think this would be great as a dipping sauce for Hot Stuffed Cherry Peppers Baking Stone Oven Fried Potatoes with just add about 1/2 tsp crushed chili flakes. Thanks Inkling for an enjoyable recipe
I made this sauce to have over some brussels sprouts. Simple to whip together and so worth it!
We loved this. I made it as is except for adding 2 cloves of garlic and it was fantastic. We want to try it with some other greens such as broccoli. Thanks for sharing!