List of Chinese sauces
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This is a list of notable Chinese sauces, encompassing sauces that originated in China or are widely used in Chinese cuisine.
- Hoisin sauce
- Lao Gan Ma – a brand of chili sauces that are made in China.
- Mala sauce
- Mee pok sauce
- Oyster sauce
- Peach sauce
- Plum sauce
- Soy sauce
- Sweet and sour
- Sweet bean sauce
- XO sauce – a spicy seafood sauce that originated from Hong Kong. It is commonly used most in southern Chinese regions like Guangdong province.
- Siu haau sauce – a thick, savory, slightly spicy sauce generally known as the primary barbecue sauce used within Chinese and Cantonese cuisine.
- Shacha sauce – A Chinese sauce or paste that is used as a base for soups, as a rub, stir fry seasoning and as a component for dipping sauces.
- Satay sauce – a peanut-based sauce of Southeast Asian origin. Informally referred to as a Chinese barbecue sauce.
Chinese dishes with sauce as a main ingredient
- Crab in oyster sauce
- Noodles with tomato egg sauce
- Soy sauce chicken
- Zhajiangmian – fried sauce noodles
Chinese sauce manufacturers
- Foshan Haitian Flavouring & Food Co – a Chinese public company that manufactures sauces and flavourings. It is the largest manufacturer of soy sauce in the world.
- Lee Kum Kee – a Hong Kong-based food company which specialized in manufacturing oyster-flavored sauce
- Chinese pickles
- Duck sauce – a condiment with a sweet and sour flavor and a translucent orange appearance similar to a thin jelly, it is provided at Chinese-American restaurants
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- Yellow soybean paste
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