Rachael’s Secret Sauce

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preparing rachaels secret sauce

I recently had dinner at my friend Rachael’s house. She made a variety dishes to be featured in my upcoming global cookbook. One of my favorites was a dipping sauce for fish and seafood. I decided to call it, “Rachael’s Secret Sauce” because it’s unlike anything you can buy in the store and up until now, it was Rachael’s creation and only known to her.

ingredients for secret sauce

I am super excited to have her sauce in my book. It’s insanely easy to make and it turns any fish or seafood into an exotic meal the moment this sauce comes to the table. Now, here’s the secret ingredient that makes this sauce so special. It’s called Lee Kim Kee Seasoned Soy Sauce for Seafood. You can buy it on the link, however, it may be more affordable at your local Asian grocery store.

You can still make this sauce using Tamari or Nama Shoya, but this seasoned soy sauce gives it a unique taste that the other soy sauces cannot quite accomplish. The next time you are making fish or seafood, give this recipe a try. Try it with my Pan Fried Garlic Shrimp recipe. I guarantee it will take your love for seafood to a whole new level. 请享用 – Enjoy!

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Rachael's Secret Sauce Yum
A flavorful sauce with a kick of ginger and spice is the perfect addition to fish, chicken, seafood, sushi, pork, vegetables or over rice.
  1. Chop, slice, and measure ingredients before preparing.
  2. Preheat small saucepan on high. Add olive oil and let heat for 30 seconds.
  3. Quickly add ginger, onions and jalapeños, peppercorns.
  4. Immediately turn off stove and sauté together until flavors are infused for 1 minute.
  5. Pour into small bowl and add in seasoned soy sauce. Mix well and let marinate for 10 minutes.
Recipe Notes

Recipe by Rachael Huang for www.culinarybutterfly.com

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