5 Easy Ways to Cook Using Soy Sauce from TC-Great Sauce Specialist

After a long day at work or school, most of us dread our feet to the kitchen and try to avoid cooking. Eating out has been such a common alternative for this modern lifestyle that sometimes we missed out on eating healthy and nutritious food! Today, we are going to break that plague with simple and delicious cooking using soy sauce.

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Soy sauce is known for being a vital ingredient in Chinese food. It is a rich source of manganese and protein, containing different types of antioxidants too. Since it is used as a replacement for salt, soy sauce is an excellent option for common salt-restricted diets.

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Well, you’ve probably used a lot of it in your Asian cooking or dishes, but did you know that it could also be used in a variety of different and delicious ways?

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Let’s share with you 5 easy ways you can cook with soy sauce from TC-Great Sauce Specialist!

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#1 Sauce for Spaghetti or Pasta

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We know what you’re thinking – this seems strange, right? In actual fact, soy sauce goes great in the sauce for spaghetti and pasta! 🍝 You don’ really need much, just a tablespoon or so for the entire pot of sauce will be fine. However, it would be advisable not to add salt if you are using soy sauce.

#2 Soy Roasted Chickpeas

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Who needs peanuts when you have chickpeas? 🙋 Chickpeas are low in calorie and high in protein, turning them into a craving-savory-healthy snacks! All you have to do is to season the chickpeas with some soy sauce and roast them until they are dark and crispy. You can pass some around during tea time or make a double batch and serve as a side dish.

#3 Mushroom and Soba Stir Fry

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Soba noodles is a Japanese staple made from buckwheat flour. It has a tender texture and earthly flavor that goes well with ginger and wild mushrooms. Because these noodles are cooked more quickly than most dry pastas, you can have this meal on the table in minutes! Try to toss the mixture with a sauce made from creamy peanut butter, soy sauce, chicken, vegetables, mushrooms, a few other pantry staples, and voila, you’re done! 😋

#4 Breakfast Fried Rice

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Leftover rice can be transformed into a hearty and surprising one-bowl breakfast when it’s combined with garlic, onions, and crumbled breakfast sausage then topped with a fried egg. Stirring in a sauce of soy sauce, rice vinegar and sesame oil lends the dish a nutty, spicy edge and a flurry of bright crunchy scallions finishes it off.

#5 Mushroom Risotto

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With the addition of soy sauce, mirin, sesame oil and kaffir lime leaves, this is gonna be no ordinary mushroom risotto! Plus, using pearl barley instead of rice gives the dish a heavenly nuttiness and amazing texture to this meat-free meal.

There you go! Whether you are new to cooking or are an experienced chef, try out these 6 easy ways of using soy sauce in your cooking!

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Besides, TC-Great Sauce Specialist has so much more sauces to help add various flavor and make your cooking life so much easier! Check out these sauces from TC-Great Sauce Specialist which includes Chilli Sauces, Tomato Sauces, Sour Plum Sauces, Oyster Sauces and Soy Sauces 👍

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